TEIG - Trade expo International Ghana will be held in Accra, (upcoming).
With a population of approximately 24 million people, Ghana remains one of the world's top gold producers. Other exports such as cocoa, oil, timber, electricity, diamond, bauxite, and manganeseare major sources of foreign exchange . Ghana is the second largest producer of cocoain the world and is home to Lake Volta, the largest artificial lake in the world by surface area.
An oilfield which is reported to contain up to 3 billion barrels (480,000,000 m3) of light oil was discovered in 2007. Oil exploration is ongoing, and the amount of oil continues to increase.
TEIG is organized in conjunction with 9 major exhibitions (see the list below) and will be showcasing over 10,000 products, machinery and equipments, from over 35 countries. It provides a platform for developing new export and import link acting as a direct catalyst to industrial development, commercial development and technology transfer.
TEIG will provide a unique range of integrated marketing opportunities that assist in identifying, targeting, attracting and marching the needs of importers, exporters, and traders. It will create a platform to help you explore on new customers in a domestic market, new business opportunities in an export market, or a global presence on the world stage. As a result provides an effective dynamic launch pad for new products and existing ones in the.
The exhibition provides a platform that helps in making strategic decision when comparing innovative ideas that gives your business the spring board to greater business height.
Trade visitors are being invited directly from west, north, east, south and central African and in collaboration with regional trade bodies in Ghana, Nigeria, Cameroon, Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Angola, Tanzania, Uganda and South Africa.
Ghana favors international and regional political and economic co-operation, and is an active member of the United Nationsand the African Union. Ghana's political and economic stability, low crime rate, and wide use of English make the country an attractive entry point to West Africa for foreigners.