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Overview

Since its inception in 2015, the international Office in Ghana has been fostering close trade and commerce activities between Ghana and the UAE. The office has assisted numerous local and Dubai based businesses and individuals with information on trade and doing business in Dubai and in Ghana.

The mandate of the office in Ghana is to gather market information and to facilitate bilateral opportunities between Dubai and West Africa. To do this, we offer a variety of services that helps to promote and represent Dubai in Ghana and other West African countries, as well as attract promising companies to Dubai. Some of those services provided include and, are not limited to:

  • Business events
  • B2B meetings and support
  • Business Matching
  • Market Intelligence Support
  • Supplier sourcing
  • Trade Missions
  • West Africa market business development support

Office Staff

Mr. Cyril Kofi Darkwa
Mr. Cyril Kofi Darkwa
Chief Representative – Ghana
Ms. Alfreda Morrison
Ms. Alfreda Morrison
Office Administrator – Ghana

Office Contact Details

Dubai Chambers International Office – Ghana

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Activities

Country Info

Projects & Opportunities Projects & Opportunities

This page provides information to potential and existing stakeholders interested in finding new and ongoing opportunities between West Africa and Dubai.

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Economic Overview Economic Overview

This page gives you an insight into synergies between Dubai and Ghana and potential areas of trade and mutual trade benefits.

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Market Intelligence Market Intelligence

Get up to date business intelligence on current and potential opportunities of investment and trade between West Africa and Dubai.

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Submit An Enquiry

Get in touch for further discussions on how the International office can be of assistance