The Ghana Industrialization Week aims to highlight Ghana’s renewed determination and commitment to Industrialization as one of the central pillars in attaining the continent’s economic growth and development goals as articulated in Agenda 2063 and Agenda 2030.

Ghana Industrialization Week 2024 will convene  more than 550 exhibitors, 400 international speakers, over 35,000 industry  professionals and 4,000 international delegates from more than 120  countries, to discuss Ghana’s pioneering approach towards diversifying  its Industrialization mix.

The Ghana Industrialization Week set on 24 – 26th April 2024. Accra Ghana.

As Ghana emerges as the epicentre of the Africa industry landscape and the  Industrialization sector represents one of the most critical components of Ghana’s  growth and development, Ghana Industrialization Week 2024 will showcase Ghana’s achievement as a  catalyst for global economic growth with billions of dollars of  investment needed to facilitate Ghana’s Industrialization transition and achieve  its net-zero goals.

Building on the incredible success of the 2023 edition, Ghana Industrialization  Week 2024 will welcome policy makers, business leaders and Trade and industry,energy  experts to uncover new opportunities and strengthen partnerships.

In light of the key and strategic interdependences between Industrialization and the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), the Ghana Industrialization Week aims to rally desired political momentum, resources, partnerships and alliances towards an Ghana-Industrialization drive. This is along the country ’s resolve to drive structural transformation, built around leveraging Africa’s rich and diverse natural resources, while at the same time embracing current advances in technologies, continental and global geo socio-political trends and emergence of tradeable services.

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The Ghana Industrialization Week is anticipated to unlock the evolution of a vibrant Pan-African enterprise and capital base that will unleash an inclusive and sustainable industrialisation path-way that carries along the participation of all economic agents, including SMEs, youth, and women in the generation of national wealth and creation of jobs as well as expansion of entrepreneurship opportunities for Ghana’s’s populations. The impacts of the novel coronavirus pandemic continue to drive the urgent and imperative the need for bold actions to drive transformative change in key economic pillars such as Industrialization.

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