About the Event 23-27 october 2023


Welcome to the official website for the Danish/Swedish Business Delegation Visit to Accra, Ghana, hosted by the Embassy of Ghana in Copenhagen in collaboration with the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration.

Why Ghana?

Ghana remains a stable democracy in Africa with a competitive investor friendly environment.

Ghana is resource-rich, has a significant pool of human resources, and plugged into the global economy.

This delegation visit will enable participating companies to meet local key partners and potential customers, introduce their products and services, and gain first-hand knowledge about entry into the Ghanaian market.

Kindly note that a password is needed for registration, should there be anyone interested in registering, please ask them to contact me via email for it. This is a security measure to ensure the details of the participating delegates are protected.

Joycelyn Narelle Atiase,
Trade and Investment Officer
call us +45 81 80 11 12


Kigali, 26-27 June 2023

Rwanda and the EU are key economic partners. EU investment represents more than 32% of Rwanda’s total FDI stock and is expanding. Rwanda boasts the highest growth among EAC countries, the second highest Doing Business Ranking in Africa, and has the vision to become a middle-income country by 2035. With its excellent business environment, its world-class business facilitation ecosystem, its young and dynamic population (65% below 30), and its stable economy, Rwanda is an ideal location for trade and investment, as well as the perfect  regional hub and springboard to other EAC markets.

The EU-Rwanda Business Forum aims to foster European trade & investment in Rwanda by highlighting economic opportunities and potential and showcasing Rwanda’s advantages as a regional hub. The event will promote Rwanda as a business destination, boost EU investment to create decent jobs and promote sustainable and diversified growth. In addition, the Business Forum will also feature development finance institutions which will explore investment opportunities under the European Fund for Sustainable Development +, one of the Global Gateway’s funding tools.

The event will be open to all interested sectors with a particular focus on agriculture/agro-processing, mining/raw material value chains, health and pharmaceutical sector and green economy (see tabs above for more information on the potential in these sectors).

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