Presentation on theme: "Presentation for UK-Ghana Trade and Investment Forum 23/10/2014."— Presentation transcript:
Presentation for UK-Ghana Trade and Investment Forum 23/10/2014
Fresh from Harvest Farmers Factories Employment Fresh from harvest Quality USP Communities Environment Next generation
GHANA: Processing tropical fruits UK: Head Office and factory EGYPT: Processing deciduous and some sub tropical fruits SOUTH AFRICA: Processing deciduous and sub tropical fruits BRAZIL: Processing Tropical, deciduous and exotic fruits SENEGAL Pack house Our network of factories
The Good… The Ghanaian: inspiring and enterprising The Country itself Personal Security Humour Reward – from seeing careers develop. Towns and villages flourish. Farmers produce best quality. Pleasure – from making an immense difference. So much to be done, so little time in which to do it.
the Bad, Land Planning Agriculture Mind-set. Industry and Exports. ECOWAS. and the Ugly…
How can we help get Ghana’s economy going? Grow and employ more Ghanaians; But we need land issues resolved and agriculture to support us. Sell to more markets. Open ECOWAS. Open routes to East. (e.g. Chinese want our products. Please help us politicians). Plan for farms and factories. Control housing. Develop people for industry: Schemes, education,
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