University of Cape Coast

Daniel Agyapong is Professor in Finance and Entrepreneurship. He holds a PhD and MPhil in Finance; Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship; Bachelor of Management Studies; Associate Member, Chartered Institute of Marketing (UK) with Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing; Licentiate Member, International Professional Managers Association (UK) with a Postgraduate Diploma in Management. He was the Head of Programmes, Unit of Art and Social Sciences, College of Distance Education, University of Cape Coast and currently the Director (Directorate of Academic Planning and Quality Assurance). He is an SME and Problem Based Learning Trainer. He has over 50 research outputs in the area of financing SMEs, green and sustainable business finance and Sustainable SME development. He has been involved in the implementation of both local and international projects including BET Ghana Project, GIZ ComCashew Project, Switch Africa Green Project; Codeshare Teaching and Learning, E-waste Management in Ghana, Graduate Enterprise Development Initiative, Participatory Appraisal of Competitive Advantage, Building Bridge Across Continents, Partnership for Applied Sciences project, German-African University Partnership Platform for the Development of Entrepreneurs and Small/Medium Enterprises.