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FOCAP meets with Japanese Embassy in Ghana to engage Creative Economy Entertainment collaboration

Follow @eventlabgh < On Wednesday 29th May 2024, the leadership of The Foundation of Concerned Arts Professionals (FOCAP) met with...

By Eventlabgh , in Entertainment News , at May 31, 2024


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On Wednesday 29th May 2024, the leadership of The Foundation of Concerned Arts Professionals (FOCAP) met with officials of the JAPAN EMBASSY to dicsusss the Creative Economy. This meeting, as elaborated by the FOCAP Executives is part of their 2024 Strategic partnership drive to seek opportunities for the Creative industry.

 

FOCAP in a conversation with TERAGAKI Yuriya – First Secretary Information & Culture General, Protocol & Political Affairs for the Embassy of Japan in Ghana and to Liberia / Sierra Leone talk extensively about the Creative Economy and partnership between the two countries.

 

This strategic meeting spanned Cultural Exchanges, Sponsorship of Creative Arts Professionals, Advocacy, Training and Support. These fundamental pillars will be the building blocks for the partnership between the two countries.

 

Over the years, the Japan Embassy has organised various programs to promote Japanese Culture; The Japanese Cultural Expo, The Speech Contest, Japanese Calligraphy Exhibitions amongst others.

FOCAP, the foremost creative industry advocacy group and creative economy catalyst is on a mission to form the necessary partnerships and alliances to live up to the reputation of being the foremost creative industry catalyst.

 

Over the next few months, FOCAP plans to launch a series of training programmes and exchange programs for the creative industry.

 

FOCAP was represented by Mr Kojo Preko Dankwa (President), Mr Enock Agyepong (Vice President – Research) and Mr Mel Kwesi Davis (Vice President – Administration)

(Source: FOCAP)

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