The American Chamber of Commerce, Ghana, welcomes with joy the news of Twitter setting up its first Africa office in Ghana. We believe this is a significant milestone in the development of the country's tech sector and a further boost to the commercial relationship between Ghana and the United States of America. As indicated by Twitter, [...]
AmCham Ghana on March 18, 2021, hosted PwC Tax Partner Abeku Gyan-Quansah and Associate Prof. at the Department of Economics and Dean of International Programmes Office at University of Ghana Eric Osei-Assibey for a discussion on the topic; The Economy and Budget 2021: Challenges and Prospects Post COVID-19 (What businesses should expect). The speakers presented highlights of [...]
The American Chamber of Commerce, Ghana, is pleased to announce the global specialist in total pest control, Orkin Ghana, as a member of the Chamber. Orkin is a trusted expert with over a century of experience. Using a proactive approach and proven solutions, Orkin’s experienced pest management professionals will create a pest control program specifically tailored [...]
Executive Secretary of the American Chamber of Commerce, Ghana, Simon Madjie, has advocated for the speedy implementation of the Independent Tax Appeals Board to ease the litigation burden on businesses. Speaking on the Joy Business News program on Thursday, March 18, Mr. Madjie said the speedy implementation of Act 1029, which establishes the Tax Appeals Board, will enhance the ease of doing business in the country and save time spent on litigation as affected parties can seek quick resolution from this independent body.
Assessing Ghana’s Technology Districts – (Facilitating FDI into the Sector) The Role of Overland Tandberg
AmCham Ghana, on February 26, 2021, collaborated with TechGulf to host a virtual meeting on the topic; Assessing Ghana's Technology Districts - (Facilitating FDI into the Sector) The Role of Overland Tandberg.
In today’s digital world, most companies are flooded with data, both structured and unstructured. Indeed, data itself has become a commodity, and the mere possession of abundant amounts of data is not enough. Businesses today experience no shortage of data in terms of quantity; the challenge is tapping into the enormous potential of that collected data and extracting value from it as a resource. Data may be the new oil, but it is only valuable if you have a reliable infrastructure.
On January 18, 2021, the President of the Chamber, Ayesha Bedwei, and the Executive Secretary, Simon Madjie, engaged in a virtual meeting with the CEO of the American Business Council Nigeria, Margaret Olele, for a discussion on enhancing collaboration between the two organizations to advance the interest of member companies and bolster the influence of AmChams across the region.
AmCham Ghana, in collaboration with UKGCC, under the auspices of the Private Sector Anti-Corruption Group (PSACG) and Strengthening Action Against Corruption (STAAC), on October 27, 2020, hosted a webinar on anti-corruption in the private sector. The webinar featured an insightful presentation and discussions on the United Kingdom’s Bribery Act 2010 and the United States’ Foreign Corrupt Practices [...]
President of the American Chamber of Commerce, Ghana, Ayesha Bedwei, visited the Fashion Connect Africa garment factory to interact with management and observe the production of face masks intended to be distributed for free in rural communities to help curb the spread of COVID-19. The production of these face masks will be handled by the FCA Garment [...]
AmCham Ghana Supports Fashion Connect Africa For The One Million Facemasks For Rural Communities Project
The American Chamber of Commerce, Ghana, as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility and contribution towards the fight against the COVID-19 in Ghana, is supporting Fashion Connect Africa for their One Million Facemasks for Rural Communities project aimed at providing facemasks to the residence in rural communities to help curb the spread of the new coronavirus. [...]