Let’s Move Africa agrees Partnership with Invest in Ghana 2015

Invest in Ghana, 2015 is expected to bring together over 300 local, regional and international business leaders and investors.

Invest in Ghana 2015, owned and produced by Homestrings Ltd in collaboration with GIPC is delighted to announce a partnership for the upcoming Invest in Ghana 2015 taking place on 21-22 October 2015 at the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel, Accra, Ghana. The event is also supported by HE John Dramani Mahama, President of Ghana.

Invest in Ghana, 2015 aims at showcasing to local, regional and international investors the existing investment and business opportunities, with a focus on Vision 2020 flagship projects. It will also be a forum where private companies, ministries departments and other state agencies will showcase investment and business opportunities to investors from around the world. This event promises to be one of the most significant events in West Africa this year.

On the announcement of this partnership agreements, Alexander Boadi, CEO and Founder at Let’s Move Africa said, “We are delighted to be a strategic partner with Homestrings for this very important event. Ghana's wealth of resources, democratic political system and dynamic economy, makes it undoubtedly one of Africa's leading lights and our participation in this exhibition will enable us to make valuable connections between our innovative company and local partners in Ghana and West Africa.”

“Let’s Move Africa is a London-based real estate brokerage, consultancy and research firm that focuses on the African markets. We specialize in obtaining finance for real estate asset holders. We produce research reports for companies that wish to know more about the African markets and we also consult with governments about investment and trade issues.”


Audrey Solvar, Head of Events at Homestrings adds, “We are delighted to be entering into partnership with Let’s Move Africa, which is a significant achievement for Invest in Ghana 2015. Let’s Move Africa will be key partner during the event and will assist investors to access the African real estate market.”

Invest in Ghana, 2015 will act as a platform to exchange experiences, debate and establish business partnerships and cooperation, which will lead to conclusions and recommendations for an improved development of the country’s wealth and its sustainable development. Invest in Ghana, 2015 is expected to bring together over 300 local, regional and international business leaders and investors.


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