The Chamber of Commerce and Industry France Ghana (CCIFG) has organised a Networking Cocktail at the CCIFG Garden in partnership with Air France, to celebrate its half-year milestone achievements as well as mark the beginning of this upcoming summer break.
The networking cocktail brought together over 100 participants from the wide CCIFG and Air France networks, which included members of the Chamber, partners and associates from over 20 sectors in Corporate Ghana as well as France.
The event was a platform for high-level networking among business associates as they interacted to create potential and fruitful partnerships. It was also a chance for participants to sit-back while being entertained with music accompanied by selected French wine and hors d’oeuvres.
The Managing Director of the CCIFG, Mrs. Delphine Adenot-Owusu, welcomed members and threw more light on achievements at the Chamber and reaching of targets. She mentioned increase of the member network by 20 members, as well as boosted business activity with an increase in collective missions and Ghana days.
Mrs. Adenot-Owusu added that CCIFG will continue to tap into its international network, which provides extended opportunity to the business community in Ghana.
The Country Manager of Air France-Ghana, Dick van Nieuwenhuyzen, while addressing participants stated that following the entry of Air France into the Ghanaian market a little over a year ago, the airline has seen growth and success in Ghana – and as such now offers daily flights to Accra.
He encouraged the continuous engagement of participants with the airline, and also guaranteed an experience with a higher standard of services.
CCIFG continues to expand, with its membership base growing to 130. Members in the CCIFG represent various sectors in Corporate Ghana, which is a reflection of the dynamic character integrated into the CCIFG.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry France-Ghana is an association of companies and professionals belonging to different sectors which aim at supporting, fostering and enhancing bilateral trade and investment relations between French and Ghanaian companies. With over 20 business sectors represented, the CCIFG acts as a business support system to its members by providing information through market studies, product-market testing, prospective missions and trade shows.
To ensure our members receive the most benefits, CCIFG continues to organise business networking events to provide a platform that engages and establishes potential business partnerships. The Mid-Year Cocktail was organised with this objective as the CCIFG continues to embody its vision and direction to be one of the largest and most dynamic business networks in the country.