Ghanaian actress Juliet Ibrahim got awarded for her outstanding contribution to the African movie industry and her philanthrophic efforts at the International Project Management,Trade,Investment and Industrial Conference (IPMATIIC) 2014 which held in Ghana.
IPMATIIC is an annual event aimed at re-awakening our minds to the expanse and potential of Africa’s wealth in human, capital and natural resources and how these can be harnessed through project management best practices to yield Total Industrial Independence.
The mega conference is an initiative of Shelley’s Investment and Management Limited in Partnership with The Ministry Of Trade and Industry, Republic of Ghana and Nigeria in collaboration with the American Academy of Project Management (AAPM) and the International Project Management Commission, USA.
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