The 2020 Ghana Investment and Opportunities Summit will be held in London on January 21, to 22nd, 2020 at the  London Hilton On Park Lane W1K 4BE, UK.

According to the World Bank in 2019, Ghana is recognised as the number one West African country with more opportunities in terms of business.

This is because of many things, taken into consideration political stability, flexible work force, exceptional sea and air connections to Europe and the USA

Ghana is also an excellent place as the centre for doing business in Africa and a dynamic private sector, Ghana is the first country business tycoons should choose for their businesses.

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GHIOS aims to bring together

key representatives from international major industries especially from the United Kingdom,

venture investors and private equity fund managers amongst others for comprehensive discussions

and the evaluation of feasible investment opportunities within different  sectors of the Ghanaian economy.’

Another objective of the summit is to join local at matching local companies with businesses with intercontinental partners.

Now, all is set for the second edition of GHIOS which will be held in London, UK. The 2-day summit.

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The 2020 theme for GHIOS is “Assessing the African Common Market through Ghana: Technology, Digitisation and Industrialisation”

 H.E. Nana Addo Akuffo-Addo the President of the republic of Ghana, will be the major speaker.

 

 

There will be the presence of vital decision-makers within some major industries from both the government of Ghana and the private sector.

 

Registration|Tickets: Visit: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ghana-investment-opportunities-summit-2020-tickets

 

who will be there to analyse and share ideas into sustainable bankable plans with prospective investors and begin serious business negotiations on investing in Ghana.

Ministers and dignitaries includes: Ghana High Commissioner UK ,H.E. Papa Owusu – Ankomah,

Finance Minister Allan Kyerematen, H.E Iain Walker British High Commissioner to Ghana, Lucy Quist, MD Morgan Stanley

As well as, Minister for Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta, Communications Minister, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful… 

Visit http://ghios.com/ for more info and updates

 

 

Source/Credit: GHIOS