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ATIGS Hosts African Investors In Dubai -100 Ghanaian Businesses Expected To Represent

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The Ghanaian bossiness community and top entrepreneurs are being encouraged by the chairman and founder of ATIGS Mr. Bako Ambianda to take advantage of the huge investment opportunities that the next edition of ATIGS which will be held in Dubai will bring to participants.

 Mr Bako who is also the Founder, Chairman, and CEO of Labacorp Group of Companies (LGC) was speaking in an interview with this reporter to confirm his planned trip to Ghana to be part of the ATIGS advantage seminar.

He emphasized that since Ghana is the host of the Africa Free trade continental Area, a number of investors are looking at the direction of the country and as such it is only right that ATIGS mobilize the right entrepreneurs to help grow the Ghanaian economy.

Asian-African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (AACCI) jointly with ATIGS Group is organizing ATIGS Dubai 2020 which will be a preeminent summit showcasing Africa’s potential as a continent offering a unique and highly attractive environment for organizations seeking to expand their business operations and secure foreign direct investment (FDI) opportunities.

With the participation of Government officials, top-tier investors, influencers and world’s foremost companies from every corner of the globe, the 2-days event will provide an unprecedented platform to connect and engage with a finely select audience. Whether they be in-person meetings, networking or deal making sessions, it will offer cutting-edge content for the participants to gain strategic insights, foster fruitful relationships and business partnerships.

ATIGS Dubai 2020 will host a unique engagement platform with a lineup of top-rated speakers, a broad panel of investments and financial organizations, and high-level investment sessions and meetings.

Designed for a specific audience, the event will gather a broad panel of International and Africa’s leading CEOs, Key investors, Top influencers and decision-makers. We anticipate the presence of Investment Officers, Economic Advisors, Media organizations, Business Leaders, National Investment Bodies, Key Government Officials, Financial Institutions and Banks, Economic Development organizations, Investment Promotion Agencies (IPAs), Trade Promotional Organizations (TPO’s) International and Domestic Investors, Multinational Enterprises (MNEs), prominent financiers, private-sector champions investing, operating or expanding in Africa.

The 2018 Africa Trade & Investment Global Summit (ATIGS), edition was held on June 24 to 26, 2018 at the World Trade Center Washington D.C, under the main theme “Driving Trade, Unleashing Investment and Enhancing Economic Development; the Gateway to African Markets”. The event saw over two thousand participants representing over ninety countries around the world with over three hundred million dollars investments having been recorded since. ATIGS is a prestigious biennial business conference and exhibition designed specifically to promote and facilitate international trade between Americas, Asia, Caribbean, Europe, UAE, with Africa; to facilitate foreign direct investment in Africa, and to provide a platform for businesses to expand into new markets.

The local representative of ATIGS Ghana, Mr Wisdom King Adukpo is using the opportunity to mobilize an ATIGS advantage seminar in September to interact with the business community and to organize a strong Ghanaian delegation for ATIGS Dubai 2020. The chairman of ATIGS and a number of key investors and influencers have already confirmed their attendance of the maiden Ghana ATIGS event to be held in September.

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