Boston Tax Firm Vitale Caturano Sponsors Teaching Entrepreneurship In Ghana

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Vitale Caturano is proud to support the mission of the Nyansa Project, and its efforts to help the schools and people of Ghana to be part of our global community

Boston tax firm Vitale Caturano was one of three corporate sponsors to fund a business development project coordinated by Babson College and the Nyansa Project, whose goal is to stimulate economic development in Ghana by promoting financial literacy and entrepreneurship.

The program began nine years ago with 12 participants, and has developed into a two-week winter mission to bring 40 Babson students around the world to share business and entrepreneurship skills in developing areas of Africa.

"Vitale Caturano is proud to support the mission of the Nyansa Project, and its efforts to help the schools and people of Ghana to be part of our global community," said David Clarkson, Vice President of Human Resources at Vitale Caturano.

About Vitale Caturano
Vitale Caturano is New England's largest regional full-service CPA, consulting, and wealth management firm and one of the top 40 CPA firms in the country, with 34 partners and over 380 employees. The firm provides services in the areas of assurance, tax, management and technology consulting, business risk and controls, transactional services, business valuation, and wealth management for companies ranging from small and emerging, to middle market and prominent public companies.

To serve the needs of our multi-location clients, the firm is an active member of Baker Tilly International, one of the world's top ten accounting and business advisory services networks, focused on serving the global needs of growing multi-national enterprises; comprised of 145 independent member firms with 509 offices in 110 countries.

For more information, visit http://www.vitale.com.

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