The Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) in collaboration with Diaspora Affairs, Office of the President, High Commission of Ghana in Canada and the Canada-Ghana Chamber of Commerce is hosting the Ghana Canada Investment Summit in Toronto, Canada from the 11th – 17th September 2022.
The summit, which is under the theme “Ghana-Canada Relations: Charting a Path Through Post Covid-19 Uncertainties”, will bring together high-level government officials, diaspora investors, entrepreneurs and leading figures in the Ghanaian and Canadian business community.
In a related development, the American Chamber of Commerce in Ghana, together with the U.S. Embassy in Ghana and the Minnesota Africans United, a US-based organization, have hosted a business roundtable at the Holiday Inn, Accra.
Speaking at the session, the Chief Executive Officer of GIPC, CEO, R. Yofi Grant, touched on the many business and investment opportunities in Ghana.
He also used the occasion to introduce the centre’s Diaspora Investment Desk, whose primary function is to engage with the diaspora community.
Also present were the CEO of the Ghana Free Zones Authority, Dr. Mike Oquaye jnr., the Commercial Officer at the U.S. Embassy in Ghana, Laurie Kelleher, and representatives from the Ministry of Trade and Industry.