The three-day match going down in south-east London from Friday June 15 to Sunday kicks off with a seminar and industry recommendation classes, adopted via an outside exhibition and marketplace in Woolwich’s major General Gordon Square that includes a number of African merchandise and products and services.
The Trade Expo supplies a showcase for the wealth of African items now being produced via the continent enabling a world target market to see the breadth of alternative to be had.
This match’s number one focal point is on African marketers serving to them get right of entry to mainstream British markets.
And with financial adjustments looming precipitated via Brexit, there’s normal settlement now’s the time for buyers to discover and forge new partnerships.
GUBA Expo founder Dentaa Amoateng commented: “GUBA has been at the forefront of promoting increased economic and cultural links between the UK and Ghana and the expo is another opportunity for British businesses and individuals to increase their exposure to opportunities in Ghana.”
The first day of the expo shall be held within the Stephen Lawrence Building Lecture Theatre 101, University of Greenwich. The seminar is split into interactive workshops, panel discussions, drop-in and one to one classes may also be to be had. Industry leaders, mavens, established companies and organisations shall be given the platform to discuss their paintings and be offering recommendation.
Topics come with: exporting and Brexit, customer support, pitching/branding, producing profits, industry finance, why social media issues, industry and the legislation.
Tickets want to be bought for the seminar portion of the expo and to be had at https://gubagreenwichtradeexpo2018.eventbrite.co.uk
The 2nd and 3rd days shall be an opportunity for companies to showcase their merchandise or products and services in a colourful out of doors African Market with clothes, equipment, house décor necessities and a lot more.
The out of doors exhibition is unfastened and procurement mavens and wholesale patrons from primary shops may even pattern merchandise, engage and supply recommendation.
Visitors attending come with MP Adam Afriyie, UK Trade Envoy to Ghana, Kofi Addo, Minister of Trade, Ghana High Commission, Hon Carlos Ahenkorah, Deputy Minister for Trade & Industry, Ben Ainsley, Deputy Director Trade for Africa.
Friday 15th June 2018
Stephen Lawrence Building, University of Greenwich, 30 Park Row, Greenwich, SE10 9LS
Saturday 16th June 2018
African Market (Outdoor Exhibition)
General Gordon Square, Woolwich, SE18 6HD