January 4, 2019
GEPA moves to its permanent premises at Export Trade House
The Ghana Export Promotion Authority (GEPA), an agency under the Ministry of Trade and Industry mandated to promote the export of Ghana’s non–traditional goods, has moved into its permanent premises at the Export Trade House opposite Cedi House and adjacent the British Council, Accra, Ghana Post Address GA-077-0183.
The 15-storey edifice is jointly owned by GEPA and the Ghana Export – Import Bank (GEXIM).
GEPA occupies the 9th, 10th and the 11th floors of the Export Trade House. Other occupants of the facility include Continental African Free Trade and GEXIM Bank.
With the GEXIM Bank sited in the same facility, GEPA’s new office address is strategically positioned to offer both existing and potential exporters, enhanced support and easier access in promoting non-traditional exports.
The contemporary structure offers ergonomic office spaces for improved working conditions and convenient areas to engage better with exporters.
Prior to its relocation on December 31, 2018, Ghana Exports Promotion Authority formerly operated from the Ghana Free Zones Authority complex at Cantonments.
Further information on GEPA is available on www.gepaghana.org