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Access Bank, Deloitte partner to strengthen SMEs

Deloitte Ghana and Access Bank Ghana have recently announced a significant partnership aimed at supporting the growth and resilience of Ghana's Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and trade associations.

This collaboration, which was officially announced on August 28, 2023, seeks to address the challenges faced by SMEs in Ghana, despite their significant contribution to the country's GDP.As knowledge partners of the 'SME Business Interaction Series,' Deloitte seeks to equip SMEs through capacity-building clinics, workshops, business advisory services, networking opportunities, access to markets, and financial support. Remarkably, the partnership aims to assist 10,000 SMEs and trade associations within a year.

Partnering with Deloitte Ghana means partnering with the largest professional service firm in the world.  We have the knowledge, we have the people, and we have the resources. I believe the time is right to make an impact that matters Daniel Kwadwo Owusu

Daniel Kwadwo Owusu, our Country Manager of Deloitte Ghana, expressed his enthusiasm for the collaboration, citing Deloitte's global resources and expertise as invaluable assets to the partnership. With Deloitte's extensive knowledge and experience, coupled with Access Bank Ghana's strong presence in the local market, the two organizations are poised to make a significant impact on Ghana's SME landscape and ensure a prosperous future for the nation.This partnership between Access Bank Ghana and Deloitte Ghana signifies a shared commitment to support and fortify Ghana's SME sector and contribute to the country's overall economic growth and prosperity.

Maiden SMEs Business Interaction Series

Under this new partnership, Deloitte and Access Bank seeks to equip over ten thousand (10,000) additional SMEs with knowledge in the areas of taxation, governance, record keeping and business growth, among others. These are meant to help them maximize profits and scale up their businesses.