About Us


Our members receive professional advice from an expert team of practitioners to firmly ground their businesses in Ghana.

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The UK-Ghana Chamber of Commerce (UKGCC) was established in 2016, with the support of the UK Government’s Department for International Trade (DIT), as a member-based trade association to facilitate and promote bilateral trade between the UK and Ghana via the three platforms of networking, advocacy and trade services.



Our Services

We exist to further the business interests of our members across Ghana and the UK

The UK-Ghana Chamber of Commerce (UKGCC), the leading UK business support organisation in Ghana, is a bilateral chamber dedicated to increase trade and investment between Ghana and the United Kingdom (UK).  It was established to promote trade between Ghana and the UK.

The UKGCC provides exceptional support for its members through the sharing of knowledge and ideas, creating platforms for building stronger networks and providing linkages with Government and its agencies.  One of its key focus is to see Ghana become a significant economic partner for the UK as an export market, import source, investment destination and vice versa.  It exists to further the business interests of its members across both countries and create more business opportunities.

The Chamber is backed by the British and Ghana Governments through the UK-Ghana Business Council and the British Chambers of Commerce in the UK.



UKGCC hosts several events throughout the year, giving our members the platform to build and raise their profiles, get invaluable personal referrals and word-of- mouth advertising and explore business opportunities.



As a strong, reputable and the most recognised voice of the UK- Ghana business community, the UKGCC directly engages with both the Ghana and UK governments, policy makers, opinion leaders and all relevant stakeholders by lobbying and advocating on the interests and concerns of our members.

Trade Services

Trade Services

UKGCC facilitates bilateral trade between UK and Ghana through capacity building and market entry services such as research, due diligence, B2B engagements, trade missions, and trade facilitation generally.