The Ghana National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GNCCI) has been commended for organising a network session among four chambers; notably Takoradi , Tarkwa , Cape Coast and Accra Chambers of Commerce and Industry to share ideas and to improve upon themselves and gain market share for their products.
Speaking at the Second Business to Business and Networking Conference in Takoradi Ghana organised by the Ghana National Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the deputy western regional minister , Gifty Eugenia Kusi said the private sector is key for development in Ghana and the Chamber will continue to enjoy the fruitful relationship with government to ensure development in the private sector.
Speaking as the guest speaker , the deputy western regional minister said despite the short tenure in power, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has shown good faith to the private sector as portrayed in its recent budget and will continue to facilitate investment so businesses will thrive.
She said government is aware of the challenges that members of the chamber are facing and assured efforts are being made to harmonize the differences in freight charges at the 2 ports; Tema and Takoradi .
The chairman of the Western Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Stephane Miezah popularly known as Abbas; says the conference will ensure there is massive cooperation amongst members to allow for competitive advantage.
A participant who is also the vice chairman of the Cape Coast Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry spoke to Empire News about the benefits he intends to derive from the conference.
This is the second edition by the Chamber as the maiden one took place in Kumasi last year where 20/companies from Accra, Kumasi and Tema participated.