Nana Tweneboa-Boateng is an astute Management Consultant with over twenty (20) years of experience with top national Institutions, Projects and Programmes. He is the Chief Executive Officer of Empretec Ghana, part of the Global Net work of Empretec Organisations under the UNCTAD.
In Ghana, Empretec has trained and mentored over 15000 entrepreneurs mainly in the SME sector since its inception in 1990. He has also been a champion of introducing entrepreneurship skills into corporate and public institutions. He has been involved in the management of institutions such as the Black Star Line Limited, the President’s Special Initiative (PSI) of Ghana and the EMPRETEC Business Forum (EBF).
As the Chief Executive Officer of EMPRETEC Ghana, Nana has served as the Team Leader under several projects including the Millennium Development Authority’s (MiDA) Commercial Development of Farmer-Based Organisations (2008 to date), the National Service Scheme’s Graduate Entrepreneurship Development Programme (2008 to 2009), the Private Enterprise Foundation’s (PEF) Capacity Development for Pro-Poor Private Sector-Led Growth through Enhancing Corporate Governance (2009),the Ministry of Food and Agriculture’s (MoFA) Root and Tuber Improvement and Marketing Programme (2008) and the training component of MiDA’s In-Kind Compensation for Project Affected Persons (2009).
Nana is a Master trainer of great repute.