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The mission of the Ghana-Guyana Chamber of Commerce is to facilitate trade, investment, and economic cooperation between Ghana and Guyana.

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The Ghana Chamber of Commerce Guyana was commissioned on Monday, 22nd May, 2023 in Queenstown, in the heart of Georgetown, Guyana, by Ghana’s Trade & Industry Minister, Kobina Tahir Hammond, MP, assisted by Guyana’s Minister for Public Works, Bishop Juan Edghill, MP.

The Ghana Chamber of Commerce has a primary mission of promoting trade, investment, human resource engagement and economic cooperation between Ghana and the Caribbean, with Guyana being the focal hub.

One core fundamental principle of the Ghana Chamber of Commerce is for our members to be deliberate in working in Guyana to build local capacity. We encourage joint ventures and other ways which ensures that Ghanaian entities operating in Guyana work in partnership with Guyanese companies. This is to ensure that, at least, Ghanaian companies come to Guyana with value, to create value and share value with their Guyanese partners in a win-win arrangement.
The Chamber counts scores of major Ghanaian and international companies on its books in various areas, including Fintec, Finance, Oil & Gas, Mining, Power, Real Estate Development, Construction, Agriculture, Manufacturing, Waste Management, and Commodities Trading. It specialises in linking contractors with funding and opportunities. With the ability to arrange very competitive funding, including ECA facilities, through its strategic partnership with ALA Strategic Consult and clients, the Ghana Chamber of Commerce, connects capital to opportunities. We help Guyanese companies to build international partnerships with expertise and funding to help deliver on projects in Guyana. Being the first and only Africa-focused Chamber of Commerce in the Caribbean, we offer support to businesses from Africa, working in Guyana or seeking opportunities in Guyana. We provide information on opportunities, offer advice on regulatory matters, market intelligence and industry outlooks, as well as organise workshops and training on industry knowledge and exchange programmes for skills transfer.

The President of the Chamber is Mr. Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko, a Ghana and UK-trained corporate lawyer, co-founder and senior partner of Africa Legal Associates, and founder and chairman of the African Prosperity Network, an African-Union supported institution, which organises the annual Africa Prosperity Dialogues, a platform for Africa’s business and political leaders, dedicated to deepening trade and investments across a fast-integrating African continent of 1.4 billion people. The African Union has adopted CARICOM as its 6th region.

The Ghana Chamber of Commerce Guyana is located on the 3rd Floor of 301 Church and New Garden Street, Queenstown, Georgetown, Guyana.

Core Values

  • Integrity: We uphold the highest standards of honesty, transparency, and accountability in all our activities.
  • Collaboration: We believe in working together with stakeholders to achieve common goals and objectives.
  • Innovation: We encourage creativity, new ideas, and innovative approaches to business.
  • Diversity: We value and respect the diversity of our members, partners, and stakeholders.
  • Excellence: We strive for excellence in all our activities and aim to exceed expectations.

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Frequently Asked Questions

 A: The Ghana-Guyana Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization that facilitates trade, investment, and economic cooperation between Ghana and Guyana, as well as promoting economic integration and development in the African and Caribbean regions.

 A: Any business, entrepreneur, or individual interested in promoting trade and investment between Ghana and Guyana is welcome to join the Chamber.

 A: Members have access to a variety of networking events, business development resources, and trade missions, as well as regular updates and news on important matters affecting trade, commerce, and industry. Members also have the opportunity to connect with other businesses and individuals, and to advocate for policies that support trade and investment.

A: You can become a member by completing the membership application form on the Chamber’s website or by contacting the Chamber directly.

A: The Chamber advocates for members by engaging in constructive dialogue with policymakers and stakeholders, and by communicating member views and concerns to governments and other organizations.

A: The Chamber hosts a variety of networking events, seminars, workshops, and trade missions, aimed at promoting trade and investment between Ghana and Guyana, and fostering business partnerships and opportunities for growth.

A: The Chamber promotes economic integration and development by facilitating trade and investment between Ghana and Guyana, and by leveraging the strategic locations of Accra and Georgetown to promote trade, investment, and economic cooperation between the 54 AfCFTA countries and the 15 CARICOM countries.

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