Homestrings will host one of the most important events in the beginning of the fourth quarter this year: Invest in Ghana 2015. This conference and exhibition hosted with the collaboration of the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) will be taking place on 21 to 22 of October 2015 at the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel, Accra, Ghana. The event is also supported by His Excellency John Dramani Mahama, The President of Ghana.
Guba Foundation agrees to partnership
Invest in Ghana 2015, offers a unique opportunity for companies to improve their brand awareness, better understand bankable projects to date, network with end investors and secure more market share in some of the most exciting economies and markets in Ghana.
For this occasion, Homestrings is excited to announce a partnership for this upcoming event with GUBA Foundation
The GUBA Foundation is a London-based Ghanaian diaspora charity that supports families living with autism in Ghana and helps them link with appropriate organisations that will elevate them to a brighter future. These include, families with financial difficulties or those that need to secure housing and support for their children.
“We have always strived to reach everyone, everywhere we go and at any time. This partnership regroups some of the main actors, actively contributing to the development of the globe, in one strategic city. The networking opportunities are immense. We are delighted to announce this partnership as it is in unison with our vision and ideas for a brighter future of the international business world. “mentioned Dentaa Amoateng, founder of GUBA Foundation.
Invest in Ghana 2015, offers a unique opportunity for companies to improve their brand awareness, better understand bankable projects to date, network with end investors and secure more market share in some of the most exciting economies and markets in Ghana.”
Eric Guichard, CEO of Homestrings said: “Everyone attending this event have the possibility to empower and inspire all communities around the world. Guba Foundation has always succeeded in doing so, as it is at its core. We are confident that various positive outcome will stream down from this event and overflow Ghana with opportunities”
The partnership is sign of more opportunities to access equality not only for Ghanaians but for all Africans. It will not only increase the awareness of issues that affect communities, but also intensify the support provided for these issues. Practical actions have to be delivered therefore they will be also at the heart of the event.
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