‘This is Ghana Exhibition’ takes off August 27

‘This is Ghana Exhibition’ takes off August 27

Citi FM and Citi TV have launched Ghana’s biggest trade fair and exhibition to enable Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to showcase indigenous products and services.

The event dubbed; ‘This is Ghana Exhibition’ will create space for the promotion of Ghanaian products and service to boost the “Made in Ghana” agenda.

The two-day fair is expected to attract about 100 exhibitors and thousands of patrons. Its key objective is to redefine the narratives about indigenous product packaging.

The ‘This is Ghana Exhibition’ is scheduled for August 27-28, 2022 at the forecourt of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly from 10:00am to 5:00pm daily.

It will be a gathering of local SMEs, start-ups, home-grown businesses and indigenous corporate bodies.

In its maiden edition held in 2019, the works of over 60 exhibitors across different indigenous enterprises were assembled.

Launching it on the Citi Breakfast Show on Friday, June 17, 2022, Head of Events at Citi FM & Citi TV, Frema Adunyame said some of the products that would be on display would include Ghanaian-made shoes, beads and jewellery, homecare products, educational materials, textiles, food and beverages, local spices, solar panel, agric produce among other products.

She added that research from various institutions, including the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research – Ghana, would be showcased.

The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Citi FM and Citi TV, Samuel Attah-Mensah, who gave further details of the exhibition, said:

“We are talking about products that we make as Ghanaians. We do have a lot of products in Ghana, but at times the outlet to create awareness is what we lack. This is the platform that we need for that. We are talking about fast moving consumer goods, services, real estate, food processing, education, research and innovation among others.”

By Spectator Reporter

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