Foreign Trade & Import/Export Commerce

5th Ghana Industrial Summit & Exhibition 2022

Labadi Beach Hotel,

Event ended.

Investing in Ghanaian Industries to leverage opportunities in the Single African Market

The Association of Ghana Industries as part of its mission to create a supportive and competitive business climate, which will make Ghanaian businesses locally and internationally competitive, has been organizing the Ghana Industrial Summit & Exhibition annually since 2017. The GISE has been hosted with support from the Ministry of Trade & Industry, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and reputable local industries. The GISE is designed to assemble captains of industry, policy makers, international industrialists, and entrepreneurs on one platform to discuss pertinent issues confronting industry and cutting-edge solutions to propel industry forward.

The Summit has always centered around five objectives.
• create an annual global platform for industrialists to share ideas on innovation and technology with the aim of enhancing industrialization.
• establish and encourage networking between indigenous industrialists and their international counterparts for knowledge sharing and exchange of best practices in industry.
• engage key government agencies driving the economy in constructive dialogue in search of viable solutions to challenges facing industry.
• bring all sectors of the economy together to chart a common course towards industrial advancements for the benefit of the local economy.
• create opportunities between sellers and buyers to enhance business activities for economic gains through match-making programmes and exhibitions.

This year’s forum will intensify Ghana’s Investment Promotion efforts and the estimated potential in the Agriculture and Agro-processing, ICT and Fintech, Financial Services, Mining and mineral processing, Oil and Gas, Energy and Renewable Energy, and Services sectors. The Summit’s main goal is to promote investing in Ghanaian businesses to investors and investor intermediary audiences. The private sector will experience a quicker post-Covid recovery and drive strategic growth with this support from Impact investors. Then can the private sector invest more into disruptive technologies, and leverage opportunities from trade agreements like the AfCFTA.

It is on this note that this year’s Ghana Industrial Summit and Exhibition (GISE) will seek to further deliberate on the theme “Investing in Ghanaian Industries to leverage opportunities in the single African Market”.





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