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Mrs. Elsie Addo Awadzi

(2nd Deputy Governor, Bank of Ghana)

Panellists comprise industry players from:

  • Manufacturing industry
  • Agribusiness
  • Banking and finance
  • Real Estate
  • Oil and Gas
  • Telecommunications
  • E-commerce


Abena Osei Asare

(Deputy Minister of Finance)

Panellists comprise officials from investment facilitating agencies such as:

  • Electricity Company of Ghana
  • Ghana Revenue Authority
  • Environmental Protection Agency
  • Bank of Ghana
  • Food and Drugs Authority
  • Ghana Standards Authority
  • Ghana Revenue Authority
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The Ghana Investment Promotion Centre is Ghana’s foremost investment attraction and promotion agency under the Office of the President.

Guided by the GIPC Act 2013 (Act 865), the Centre courts and facilitates valuable investments to stimulate economic growth, unlock opportunities and spur job creation. The Centre also provides a diligent team of resource persons to furnish investors with insight and necessary guidelines towards a successful integration into the Ghanaian World of business, and as such remains the first point of contact for all foreign investors coming to Ghana.

Our vision is to make Ghana the first destination of choice for investing in Africa by providing seamless one-stop-shop high value added services.

About Ministry of Information (MOI)

The Ministry of Information (MOI) is the principal organ responsible for the dissemination of Government’s development communication. As part of its core mandate, the Ministry ensures that feed-back information in respect of reaction to Government policies and actions, is brought to the attention of Government for quick response to help ameliorate and solve problems facing the citizenry.

The Ministry of Information exists to facilitate free flow of adequate, timely and reliable information and feedback between Government and the public for socio-economic empowerment and enhanced democratic citizenship.