Think your company is too small to be a player in Ghana's agribusiness sector? Well, think again. Private sector investment in African agricultural development is increasing. Global demand for food is increasing and food commodity prices are on the rise. African governments are focused on food security and agricultural growth to feed rapidly growing and changing urban market and investors are eyeing unexplored investment opportunities on the continent to feed a global population expected to reach nine billion by 2050.
Leveraging its network with the private sector, international institutions and U.S. and African governments, GHICC’s Agribusiness Program provides the essential link between the public and private sectors in agriculture. GHICC’s Agribusiness Program gives U.S. companies and institutions an opportunity to compete in this evolving area. The Agribusiness Steering Committee meets monthly to address policy constraints and link American agribusiness to African trade and investment opportunities. Agribusiness Market Access is an initiative of the Ghana International Chamber of Commerce.