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Registered in June 2015, The Italian Business Association of Ghana continuously aspires to create a platform which yields cultural, economic and trading partnerships between Italy and Ghana, but not limited to Ghanaian or Italian members. IBAG’s members constitute leading industry players whose business activities span across varied disciplines; from shipping and construction to hospitality and food service.
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IBAGhana Members

For 2019, We are honoured to have the following businesses as IBAG members.

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Upcoming Events for 2019

Business event Invest corp 26th September 2019
Business workshop by ITARE “How To Source Italian Technologies & The Instruments for Cross-Border Financing” ITARE Financial Advisory 8th October 2019
Social event IBAG goes kayaking 18th – 20thOctober 2019
Business talk by Logan & Associates – A presentation on the new companies act and what it means to our businesses. Logan & Associates 24th October 2019
Social event Italian Street food fair 23rd November 2019
Business talk by Eni : A presentation on the Offshore Cape Three Point activities and the Corporate Social Responsibility projects OCTP Presentation & CSR by Eni 28th November 2019
Social event Christmas dinner 8th December

Our Vision

To promote business continuity, cultural exchanges, and tourism while striving to improve the overall quality of life of the communities in which we operate by implementing and maintaining sustainable programs that proactively enhance the economy.

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Business News

Mr. Nii Amaa Ollennu

04

Oct
Business News

IBAG Personality For October 2019, Mr. Nii Amaa Ollennu

A NEW MONTHLY SERIES Everyone has a story to tell! The Personality of the month series exclusively interviews chief executive officers and company founders who are at the height of their career and at the helm of their firms to develop an engaging and inspiring article. We find out their journey, their challenges, their business philosophy as well as the underlying principles to their successes. For our maiden publication, we are proud to feature the Vice President of IBAG and the Managing Director of La Villa Boutique hotel, Olma colonial suites, Business Jet among a list of other business portfolios, Mr. Nii Amaa Ollennu. PERSONALITY The 46year old Italo-Ghanaian entrepreneur has had an eye for business from a very young age. He started his business journey from humble beginnings with the sale of t-shirts, organizing events, managing shops while in high school through to the University. Growing up in countries […]

FDA

01

Oct
Business News

FDA moves to register products online

To facilitate and improve the ease of doing business at the ports, the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) is developing a platform to enable traders and importers register their products online to speed up the clearing process at the ports. The move is expected to do away with various delays and removes all bottlenecks associated with the clearing process at the ports, where the FDA currently spends up to three months to give its approval for clearing of products. Registering products online is expected to improve efficiency and eliminate unnecessary paperwork at the ports, maximize participation to improve marketing capabilities. This has become necessary as a number of traders and importers at the ports have consistently vented their frustrations on ports officials largely due to “unnecessary” delays in the clearing process. Regarding the three months “upper limit” spent in the clearing process by the FDA, the Authority maintained that it […]

Ghana and Ivory Coast hold first ever Stakeholder Engagement on Farmer Income in Accra

01

Oct
Business News

Fair Trade USA raises cocoa price minimums

Ghana and Ivory Coast hold first ever Stakeholder Engagement on Farmer Income in Accra Fair Trade USA will increase the floor price and fixed premium it requires companies to pay cocoa farmers under its certification system, the organization has said. The increase is designed to improve livelihoods in a sector that has long grappled with farmer poverty, child labor and deforestation The nonprofit will increase its minimum price for conventional cocoa to $2,400 per tonne from $2,000. For organic cocoa, the price will be $300 over this minimum or the market price, whichever is higher at the time. The premium, which is used to fund community projects, will increase to $240 per tonne from $200. The new pricing structure will take effect on Oct. 1, 2019. The 20% increase in prices puts Fair Trade USA in line with the minimums set by Europe-based Fairtrade International in December, with these newly […]