U.S.-Ghanaian Women: Building Business Gateways
Women Empowered Leave Legacies Through Trade & Investment (WELLTI) Coffee Chat Series presents:
"U.S.-Ghanaian Women: Building Business Gateways"
The U.S. Commercial Service invites U.S. women business leaders to join us for virtual discussions with women entrepreneurs across Africa and the Middle East. On each “coffee chat” participants will hear from local SMEs in the designated market, learn about export opportunities and make connections with potential business partners in Africa or the Middle East. For more information on WELLTI, please click here.
This coffee chat session will provide a platform for U.S. women business leaders in the personal care, hospitality, franchising and agribusiness sectors, who are interested in doing business in Ghana, to connect with women entrepreneurs in the market and exchange best practices.
Camille Richardson, Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Middle East and Africa, U.S. Department of Commerce
Dean Matlack, Senior Commercial Officer, U.S. Commercial Service Ghana
Femi Asante, CEO of Groupe Sebastien
Israella Kafui Mansu, CEO MGL Naturals
Emibeth Aku Quantson, CEO and Founder of Kawa Moka
For more information or questions, please contact Laurie.Kelleher@trade.gov