Ghana Gulf Chamber of Commerce (GGCC) has held its most sort after strategic networking and new member introductory event.
The monthly event which took place recently at Cleaver House in Accra, attracted top notch companies like Heritage Securities, Softlanding, Interpay, Top Oil, Alisa Hotel ( Swizz Spirit) and Kow Company as well as new and existing members of the chamber among others.
The Ghana Gulf Cooperation Chamber (GGCC) is an all-source information body for business and investment needs in Ghana and the countries of the Gulf. GGCC puts local businesses in contact with each other and with businesses in the Gulf countries thus allowing both sides to benefit from specialized knowledge.
Each of the organizations took turns to do presentations meant to market their brands to the other organizations that were present.
According to Albert Ankrah, Head of GGCC, the chamber is affiliated to Ghana’s Ministry of Trade and Industry, the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC), TMC (Dubai), as well as the Philippines Chamber of Commerce with the aim of furthering the bond between business establishments in both terrains.
He added that the Chamber seeks to foster business opportunities between Ghana and the countries of the Gulf: UAE, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Oman and Bahrain
“GGCC is the pivot around which Ghana will attract strategic local and foreign investments by focusing on our cardinal interest areas, ie; Partnerships, Leadership, Excellence, Global outlook, Secure investments whiles leveraging the vehicles of people, strategic networks and national and international opportunities. We look forward to more members to this family, and are confident of all stakeholders leveraging on the event toward improved relations amongst us,” he added.