The UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office team visited Academic City University’s Connecting Climate Entrepreneurs Lab to engage with the Technology and Entrepreneurship Team. Led by Sarah Pannel, Technology and Innovations Policy Adviser, the team included Antony Herrmann, Team Leader of the Technology and Innovation Unit, and Phil Outram, Technology and Innovation Advisor.

During their visit, they met with Dr. Lucy Agyapong, Vice President, Institutional Advancement of Academic City University, Prof. Enoch Opoku Antwi, Associate Dean of the Faculty of Business Administration and Communications Arts, and the TEC team. The discussions focused on the TEC strategy, the CCE lab, and various ongoing innovations and projects at the university.

The purpose of the visit was to explore potential partnerships, collaborations, and assist the TEC in understanding the International Development Innovation Alliance (IDIA) program. This visit highlighted the UK government’s recognition of Academic City’s innovative work and offered opportunities for mutual growth and development.

Academic City University is excited about the potential collaboration with the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office team and their shared commitment to driving innovation, entrepreneurship, and sustainable development.