TechGulf rings the NASDAQ closing bell

Following the bell ringing, Chairman and CEO of Overland Tandberg, Eric Kelly, hosted a leadership forum to uncover pathways to collectively bridge the digital divide, develop the workforce of the future and improve economic equality. He will be joined by presidents from leading universities, executives and board members of Fortune 25 corporations, including JPMorgan Chase, TechGulf LLC, several members of the Billion Dollar Roundtable, U.S. Black Chambers, National CARES Mentoring Movement, and the National Minority Supplier Development Council.

Overland-Tandberg team, and numerous partners and guests including TechGulf rang the NASDAQ closing bell in Times Square, celebrating and making black history.

Addressing the executives who had gathered for the ceremony, Mr Kelly shared his company's strategy to expand its operations to Africa, particularly, Ghana. "Over the last 40 years, we have done business in over 90 countries, and it's now time to expand, this time to Ghana", he stated.

Mr. Kelly also commended Ghana's Ambassador, H.E. Barfuor Adjei-Barwuah, who was a special guest of honor, for his role in making Overland-Tandberg's plan to operate in Ghana possible. "A few months ago, the Ambassador met with us and sold Ghana to us and encouraged our company to set up operations in Ghana. We have worked at a neck breaking speed to make this possible in just about three months. And I'm happy to say that we have acquired an office space in Ghana and partnered with TechGulf LLC to start operations."

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