Citi Breakfast Show Host, Bernard Avle, is in the UK to cover the Commonwealth Business Forum and the UK Ghana Chamber of Commerce’s Investment Summit.
Both events are being held in London.
The Commonwealth Business Forum is running from April 16-18 2018, whilst the UK-Ghana Investment Summit in London will run from April 17 to 20, 2018.
The Commonwealth Business Forum will convene 800 senior business leaders at three Central London venues according to a statement from the council.
President Nana Akufo-Addo will also be at both events to deliver varying keynote addresses.
At the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council Business Forum on Saturday, April 21, 2018, he will deliver the keynote speech at the London School of Economics’ Africa Summit, on the theme “Africa at Work: Educated, Employed and Empowered.”
The President will also deliver the keynote address at the UK-Ghana Chamber of Commerce Investment Summit.
CWEIC was established in July 2014 with the support of the Commonwealth Secretariat and member Governments to be the Commonwealth’s apex business organisation.
It is a not-for-profit membership organisation with a mandate from Commonwealth Heads of Government to promote intra Commonwealth trade, investment and the role of the private sector across the 52 member countries.
CWEIC has a secretariat based at Marlborough House in Westminster and Guildhall in the City of London.
It is responsible for organizing the Commonwealth Business Forum alongside the biennial Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting and Commonwealth Trade Ministers Meeting in alternating years.
The council also runs a number events each year to provide its members with networking opportunities, access to leading Commonwealth figures from the worlds of government and business, and the chance to shape the Commonwealth’s business policies and agenda.
About the UK Ghana Chamber of Commerce
The UKGCC is a membership organization aimed at improving Trade between Ghana and the UK.
At the heart of the UKGCC, they champion the idea of partnerships and enhance professional relationships between the UK and Ghana, with a strong focus on creating networks and connecting businesses.
The UKGCC provides lobbying and advocacy, market research and entry strategies, formal and informal platforms for business engagement all aimed at further enhancing relationships between the two countries.
The organization and its members continue to contribute to the growth of the economy, and are dedicated to not only promoting Ghana as an investment destination, but also creating a platform where members have access to exclusive networks that contribute to the growth and development of their businesses.