Ghana committed to strengthening new business opportunities

Ghana businessGhana is new destination for international companies to accelerate business. (Image source: jbdodane/Flickr)The government of Ghana is committed to strengthening business opportunities for private sector enterprises to accelerate economic growth and development across the region

During the launch of “Indutech Trade Fair 2018” in Kumasi, southern Ghana, Osei Assibey-Antwi, CEO of Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly, reaffirmed the government’s agenda to implement effective business policies to create sustainable business environment for local as well as international companies.

According to him, the “Ghana beyond aid” strategy focuses on attracting private sector companies that are crucial for the country’s business growth and ensuring regional boost.

The fair, set to be held from 26 October to 4 November 2018, will focus on the theme of “accelerating industrial growth in Ghana: exhibiting what we have,” marking the 60th anniversary of the Association of Ghana Industries (AGI). The event aims to bring Ghanaian companies and their international counterparts to set up new business opportunities and mutual connection in the West African nation.

Kwasi Nyamekye, vice-chairman of AGI, commented that the trade fair will provide professionals and stakeholders with a new opportunity to exhibit in-country products from a varied range of industries to attract global investors.

In his speech, Assibey-Antwi lauded AGI for its role in promoting new business opportunities in Ghana.

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