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Minnesota Africans United Trade Mission & Business Conference to Ghana

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July 5, 2022
12:00 am Eastern

Accra, Ghana

Join U.S. companies from Minnesota from the renewable energy, ICT, agriculture and agribusiness, healthcare financing, and media sectors for a networking event. This business delegation is led by Minnesota Africans United with support from the Minnesota Department of Agriculture, the American Chamber of Commerce in Ghana, and the U.S. Embassy.

About

This trade mission is being organized by Minnesota Africans United to energize the creation of commercial relationships between Minnesota businesses and Ghana and Cameroon government entities and private organizations. In-country participants will be in a position to discuss U.S.- exports to and investment, and business relations.

A series of events and one-on-one opportunities will be part of the program.  There will also be opportunities for self-generated meetings and discussions.

  • Initial networking events will include opportunities for Minnesota businesses to introduce their products and services and to state their thoughts about working together.

  • Networking events will be designed to facilitate one-on-one meetings and site visits.  Generation of these meetings will be supported by US Embassy representatives in country, but participants are welcome to initiate on their own.

  • Legal and Regulatory briefings will occur in which Government and Trade Association individuals will lay out the unmet needs of the country, aspirations for meeting those needs, current policies, and procedures, identify barriers to using US companies’ help with solutions, and suggest paths forward.

  • The delegation will engage with entrepreneurs, business leaders, and government officials to remove barriers to U.S. trade and investment, to drive transactions forward, and to promote market opportunities.