FoReal HR Services has welcomed a team of business investors from Egypt to Ghana. The team was briefed by Chief Executive Officer Mrs. Baptista S. Gebu, the first Country Representative of the Egyptian African Businessmen’s Association (EABA)
While in Ghana, they met with government officials and various trade organisations: including the Ghana National Chamber of Commerce and Industry; Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC); Ghana Union of Traders Associations (GUTA); Ministry of Youth and Sports; the India Africa Trade Council (IATC) and some other government, public and private sector trade groups and universities, just to mention a few. A dinner reception was later organised and hosted by the Egyptian Embassy. Also present at the dinner was Samia Nkrumah, daughter of Ghana’s First President, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, and other notable personalities.
The Egyptian African Businessmen’s Association (EABA) is a prominent organisation that aims to foster economic growth and cooperation between Egypt and the African continent. With its diverse membership and extensive network, the association plays a crucial role in creating opportunities for businesses and entrepreneurs across Africa, with representatives currently in about half of the 54 African countries. EABA has been instrumental in strengthening economic ties between Egypt and African countries.
Through various initiatives, the association facilitates trade, investment and collaboration, opening up new avenues for growth and development. By bridging the gap between Egyptian and African businesses, EABA paves the way for mutually beneficial partnerships.
One of the key strengths of EABA is its ability to provide a platform for networking and collaboration. The association organises regular events, conferences and trade fairs, bringing together business leaders, policymakers and investors from Egypt and Africa. These gatherings serve as excellent opportunities for networking, knowledge-sharing and exploring potential partnerships.