The Consul General of Ghana in New York; West Africa’s second-largest economy, Professor (Emeritus) Samuel K. Amoako has announced his country’s participation at the USAfrica Business Expo; a B2B Exhibition, Conference and networking event which will hold during the 74th session of the UN General Assembly on Friday, September 20 to Saturday, September 21, 2019, at the Millennium Hilton, UN Plaza, Opp. UN Headquarters.
The USAfrica Business Expo is created to help achieve the United Nation’s SDG Trade Goals and significantly increase the exports of developing countries, and to also help fulfill the mandate of The African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA), which is dedicated to assist the economies of sub-Saharan Africa and to improve economic relations between the United States and the region.
Prof. Amoako, who will be delivering one of the keynote address noted ‘’the Business Expo will go a long way to promote the trade and economic relationship between Ghana and the United States. In addition, it will enhance and increase the opportunity for continued investment from American investors as well as participants in the Expo from other countries.’’
While showcasing business and trade opportunities and potentials in Ghana, the Expo will also provide an opportunity for Ghanaian businesses to take advantage of the benefits that the African Growth Opportunity Act (AGOA) provides’’
According to the Executive Director of USAfrica Business Expo, Gbenga Omotayo, ‘this marketplace platform will help businesses in the U.S and Africa navigate and expand into international markets. It will also bring the opportunities in Africa and the United States together to create a HUB – enabling any business to find the people, funding, and market it needs to be successful’’.
While subject matter experts will lead conversations and C Level executives deliver business and market intelligence, Ghana will be showcasing the potentials and opportunities in Ghana. As you make plans to attend this event, ensure to stop by the Ghanaian booth and get to see the famous Kente and hear the famous word Akwaaba!
For registration, exhibition and sponsorship, please visithttp://www.USAfricaBusinessExp.com/ or contact 1-888-201-0447 and (917) 826 3566