February 27, 2018

22nd Ghana International Trade Fair kicks off Tomorrow, Feb. 28, 2018

The 22nd edition of the Ghana International Trade Fair Company (GITFCo) comes off today Wednesday, February 28th to 7th March 2018, at the Trade Fair Site La, Accra, after months of preparation.

The trade show is expected to host all 216 districts across the country to showcase indigenous products and services as well as network with foreign partners.

As the event has not taken place for the past two years, the 22nd trade fair would be taking a new dimension with special activities outlined for each day. These activities are slated to treat patrons to a memorable event and give them value for money.

Among activities lined up include: Regional Day Celebrations with One District One Factory; Trade Fair through the Years; DJ Night; Beer & Music Fest; Country Day Celebration with Embassies/ High Commissions; Ntoma Dinner Dance; One Ghana Concert, and CEO Cook Out Contest and many mor

The raison d’etre of the Ghana Trade Fair Company, as conceived in the 1960s, is to build a first class multi-purpose international trade fair and conference center in direct response to the massive industrialization and infrastructural development projects embarked by the government after the attainment of independence in 1957. The project was therefore to enable Ghana to showcase and promote her exportable products and services with the view to attracting investors.

This year’s fair is hinged on government’s One District One Factory policy which inter alia seeks to enhance at least one economically viable enterprise in each of the Districts of Ghana.The policy is meant to enhance economic potentials, create import substitutes, create products for exports, check rural-urban migration and create jobs in each District.

The event, which is being organized by the Ghana Trade Fair Company, will offer an opportunity for exhibitors to introduce their brands and products to emerging and existing companies currently enrolled in the 216-district industrialization programme.

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