African Diaspora, black UK

Ghana Investment Expo in London

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London, UK – The Ghana Black Star Network presents the 2nd Annual Ghana Business & Investment Exhibition on Saturday 19th September 2009 at the Bernie Grants Art Centre, Tottenham, London.

Due to popular demand and a successful launch in 2008; the Ghana Black Stars Network are presenting the 2nd Annual Ghana Business & Investment Exhibition on Saturday 19th September 2009 at the Berne Grants Art Centre, Tottenham, London.

After a peaceful political transition; Oil on its way, growing exports, Gas in the pipelines, Obama’s visit and Sun City heading South…Ghana has to be the next stop for investors, entrepreneurs or anybody who is looking to relocate.

With a strong cedi against the dollar, interest rates going down, a thriving economy, a growing middle class and a pool of opportunities for the business minded, Ghana is on the international platform growing from the seeds that have been sown.

With all industries from Construction to Agriculture to any service industry open for all; The Ghana Business & Investment Exhibition will provide delegates with the opportunity to hear from key industry professionals on Ghana’s development and opportunities. The event is also a chance for business minded individuals to network and share ideas on doing business in Ghana.

This year’s event is in partnership with the Ghana High Commission UK and Ghana Investment Promotion Centre. Media partners include: African Business magazine, New African magazine, Trumpet newspaper, African Caribbean Business Network, Find-A-Job in Africa, Re-Connect Africa, African Voice newspaper and BEN TV.

To contact us and find out more information about the event or GBSN please contact:
Nadia Mensah
nadia@thegbsn.com
0788 6411 661

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2 Comments

  1. nataliess says:

    The economy in Ghana has been doing really well. There will be a bright future of tons of opportunities in Ghana as well as trade with the United States and the UK.

  2. nataliess says:

    The economy in Ghana has been doing really well. There will be a bright future of tons of opportunities in Ghana as well as trade with the United States and the UK.

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