April 2017, A Conversation With Jon Benjamin and Papa Owusu-Ankomah, hosted by Kwaku Sakyi-Addo

This second edition in the “A Conversation With…” series focused on “Digital Democracy and The Changing Landscape of International Relations.” We had the pleasure of chatting with Jon Benjamin, the immediate past British High Commissioner to Ghana, and Papa Owusu-Ankomah, the newly appointed Ghana High Commissioner to the UK. The talk was hosted by Kwaku Sakyi-Addo.

March 2017, UKGCC Celebrates Ghana’s 60th!

The UK-Ghana Chamber of Commerce hosted a celebration of Ghana’s 60th Independence Day for over 200 guests. The lively cocktail party took place at the British High Commissioner’s Residence.

February 2017, Tech in Ghana Conference London

In February, Ghana’s tech elite, led by the UK-Ghana Chamber of Commerce, paid a visit to London to promote all that Ghana’s technology sector has to offer during the Tech In Ghana Conference London.

Februrary 2017, A Conversation With Nich Adi-Darko, Elizabeth Ohene and Ibrahim Awal

We recently launched our new talk series “A Conversation With…”. This first installment focused on “Interacting With Government in a Modern Democracy.” We had the pleasure of chatting with Nich Adi-Darko, the Director of Operations for NPP’s 2008 presidential campaign, Elizabeth Ohene, who served as Minister of State under Kufuor and Ibrahim Awal, the current Minister of Business Development.

January 2017, Members Cocktail with Adam Afriyie

UKGCC hosted a private cocktail for members and guest of honor  Adam Afriyie. Also in attendance was Ghana’s Trade minister, Mr. Alan Kyeremanteng and British High Commissioner, Jon Benjamin.

October 2016, Business Is Great Launch

The Trade Envoy for Ghana and Minister for Africa visited during this year’s event

September 2016, UK-Ghana Chamber of Commerce Launch

The UK-Ghana Chamber of Commerce (UKGCC) launched on the 1 September by the British High Commissioner, Jon Benjamin

August 2016, Executive Council Meeting

The board met to discuss plans for the launch of UKGCC and to generate ideas that would make an impact on the present economic climate.