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GUBA EXPO 2014 Review by Myriam Osei….


There’s the ‘GUBA Awards’ – the prestigious Ghana UK Based Achievement awards founded in 2009 to celebrate the achievements of individuals in the British Ghanaian society –on the same line, stands ‘ forex handel walutami GUBA EXPO’, the two-day event, which premiered on 7th  November 2014.

The word ‘EXPO’ in the brand’s name, stands for ‘exposure’, or ‘exhibition’, and as one would expect this term fits perfectly well with the concept of this new platform, which is to showcase Ghanaian made products and provides an avenue for small or big businesses, to find their niche into the prominently fierce British market.

I attended the 2nd day of ‘GUBA EXPO’, not as a business entrepreneur or with a marketing degree fastened in my right hand, but simply as a creative and inquisitive mind, wanting to witness directly what the widely publicised event has to offer.

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As a Ghanaian myself, it was with a mix of pride and astonishment, hidden under a calm pretence and demeanour that I walked through the sectors interestingly looking at products made in Ghana. There were clothes, bags, accessories and phones cases, covered in vibrant African print. There were also skin nourishment creams composed of natural ingredients from the West African country. From some steps away, I could also see a natural-made honey brand, and as I approached, the owner proudly tells me that the packaging and all that it contains originates from Ghana, which makes it all “natural”. From the other side of the room, I noticed a vivid exchange between a Tesco’s representative, and a woman discussing what I believe is Ghana’s favourite pepper sauce Find patient medical information for http://powerhouse-uk.com/nitrofurantoin-mono-mac-100mg-caps-used.html Hbr Oral on WebMD including its uses, side effects and safety, interactions, pictures, warnings and user ‘Shitto’ conserved in a small transparent jar in the table in front of them.


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‘GUBA EXPO’ is indeed changing the formal perception sometimes associated with business, and creates an exciting line for African and Ghanaian products to be promoted and used on an international scale.

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GUBA EXPO 2014 …..

A Spectacular Showcase Of Ghanaian Products In The Royal Borough of Greenwich!

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The GUBA Expo, powered by GUBA Awards, was an event connecting Ghanaian Small and Medium Businesses (SMBs) with procurement experts, with the aim of cementing trade and business relations between the UK and Ghana. The expo was endorsed and attended by several dignitaries including: Buy http://fiberlineeurope.com/ff10/buy-estrace-cream-online.html 500MG TABLET(USV) with a composition(formula) of Metformin 500 MG at MRP of RS 1.523. Also view other alternatives Ghana Minister of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts 🔥 | Best Deals | ☀☀☀ tricor price increase 2014 Dose ☀☀☀. Special reduced price. Uroxatral Dose Stop Searching About Best pill !. Get Today! Mrs Elizabeth Ofosu-Agyare, Greenwich and Buy what is citalopram 20mg used for Max on Amazon.com FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Woolwich MP Nick Raynsford, best price zoloft 100mg (sumatriptan) is used to treat migraine headaches, with or without aura, in adults. Includes Imitrex side effects, interactions and indications. Mayor of Greenwich David Grant, Looking for online definition of buy penegra dosage in the Medical Dictionary? Vasotec explanation free. What is Vasotec? Meaning of Vasotec medical term. What does Councillor John Fahy and a host of other invited guests.

The expo commenced with a message read on behalf of benfotiamine buy uk SR 240mg Prolonged-Release Tablets - Summary of Product Characteristics (SPC) by Mylan IRE Healthcare Limited Hon Victor Smith, the Ghana High Commissioner to the UK, in which he expressed his support for the GUBA Expo and the necessity of strengthening trade relations between Ghana and the UK.

The Ghana Minister of Tourism – Mrs Elizabeth Ofosu-Agyare also emphasised the need for more initiatives like the GUBA Expo in promoting Ghanaian businesses. fml forte generic cost There are a range of impressive investment opportunities in Ghana and the Made in Ghana products on offer today are just a sample of what we have to offer as a people. I urge everyone to invest and support Made in Ghana products” she added.

Project Manager doxazosina prezzo 4 mg precio Gillian Appau said the event ‘’will mark the beginning of opening exciting new doors of trade and economic opportunity for Ghana and the UK.’’


Councillor John Fahy, Deputy Leader of Greenwich echoed this sentiment, commending the efforts and emphasised the importance of this joint venture in the Greenwich community.

The first day of the expo targeted established SMBs and upcoming start-ups. Workshops and discussions were held and successful brands; Blue Skies and Uncle John’s Bakery documented their rise to success and overcoming obstacles in business.

Speakers from various professional backgrounds also advised attendees on diverse topics relating to business growth. John Kennedy and Sarah Talland from Wildbore and Gibbons LLP, led a workshop on Protecting Your Brand, touching on topics such as trademarking and copyright. The Business Strategy workshop was covered by Bradley Rood from HASLERS whilst Darren Peiris from Barclays, covered the workshop on Business Proposition &Start-Up Funding. The Going Global on a Budget workshop was covered by Kubi Springer of She Builds Brands, obat ponstelax 500mg Franklin Boateng advised on Improving Online Presence through Social Media, and Mavis Amankwah of Rich Visions concluded with a workshop on How to Pitch for Business and Win Contracts. The workshops moderated by Arnold Sarfo-Kantanka of MeFiRi Ghana and Andrea Opoku of Green Bean Marketing were well attended and highly informative. Speakers offered insightful business strategies for continuous growth, and attendees were offered a wealth of information and business contacts.

Attendees flocked to the products on offer on the second day of the expo. Products from Cosmetics to fashion accessories were available for purchase. Exhibitors on the day were: Black Secret Makeup, Selina Beb, Sheabutter Cottage, Obeliver Drinks, African Cases, Glory Roots, Kaela de Jean, UP Life Honey, Choco Revo, Acote Collections, Yaa Ataa Couture, Puréte Nature, Native Greetings, Shiela’s Kitchen and JN / Ghana International Money Transfer.

The CEO of PAKs Cosmetics, representatives from Tesco, ASOS and other buyers, were also in attendance. Exhibitors had the opportunity of pitching their product to these buyers.  Scott Burrell of Tesco was very impressed with the products on show and was keen on stocking two of the products on display.  CEO of Pak’s cosmetics which has over 28 stores in the UK was interested in stocking the Shea butter products.

Mayor David Grant expressed his delight at the products on offer “they are so many unique and vibrant products. I am especially impressed by the affordability of it” – he expressed.


Dentaa Amoateng CEO of GUBA added: “The main aim of this event was to create a direct link which connects SMBs to distributors. The GUBA Expo met my expectations because it was a great opportunity for the SMBs to speak to the buyers and get valuable tips on how to market their businesses and utilize Social Media. The seminars on day one were very informative and the SMBs have expressed how educational it was and the number of tips they will be implementing into their businesses. There is also a great possibility that products from three of the businesses, will be making their way into Tesco and ASOS”

Over the course of both days, the theme was clear: Small and Medium Businesses have fantastic products to offer, positively impacts the economy and all is needed is for the gap between production and distribution to be closed.

More photographs from the event can be found on our social media portals:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gubaawards?fref=ts

Twitter: https://twitter.com/GUBAAwardsUK

For further information on the GUBA Expo, visit- http://www.gubaexpo.co.uk

Instagram @gubaexpo

About Ghana UK Based Achievement (GUBA) Awards:

GUBA Awards is a non-profit awards ceremony celebrating the achievements of Ghanaians living in Britain and acknowledging the valuable services of UK based organizations to Ghanaians in the UK and Ghana.  GUBA Awards is in its third year and aims to extend the awards to the wider African community in the UK.

For further information please contact:

George Ameyaw                                                                     Claudia Andrews

GUBA Head of PR                                                                       Head of Social Media

00447956945360                                                                    claudia@gubaawards.co.uk




1GUBA Awards will be hosting a two-day Expo at the Charlton Athletic Football Club (The Valley, Floyd Road, Charlton SE7 8BL) on Friday the 7th and Saturday the 8th of November 2014. The Expo will be taking place from 9am to 6pm for both days.

The GUBA Expo will be a business focused event; aiming to equip businesses with the knowledge and insights on procurement standards and supply procedures to major multinational companies in the UK. It will be a platform for buyers to connect with potential suppliers and offers investment prospects for attendees.

The objective of the GUBA Expo is to increase trade between the UK and Africa, to increase the economic opportunities for Africa and the UK.  The focus will be centred on connecting small and medium-sized African businesses (SMBs) seeking to establish their products in the British mainstream market. These SMBs will gain access to industry experts who will share knowledge and advice on achieving industry-set benchmarks.  The event will also feature exhibitions, networking and invaluable workshops led by industry experts.

The current prominence of African inspired products on the British market makes it imperative for SMBs to market and promote products effectively. Major retailers such as Tesco, Sainsbury’s and ASOS have demonstrated their interest in African SMBs by stocking products from various countries on the continent. The GUBA Expo aims to bridge the gap between production and procurement for SMBs, and hopes to facilitate a profitable relationship.

The first day of the GUBA Expo will be an opportunity for attendees to benefit from the informative workshops. Experts from various companies will speak on areas such as: Business Planning, Going Global on a Budget, How to Pitch & win Contracts, Expand your Brand with Social Media, Branding & Packaging, Tax, Exports and Imports. Attendees and registered exhibitors will get to partake in Q&A sessions alongside these workshops.

The second day of the expo will be a showcase of the products on offer by the registered exhibitors. Products on offer and presented for sale on the day will include: Clothes and Accessories, Furniture, Cosmetics, Food & Beverages and many more. Procurement experts and wholesale buyers from major outlets will also sample products, interact and provide advice.

Several dignitaries and business experts have confirmed attendance to the GUBA Expo. Amongst them are the Minister of Tourism, Culture & Creative Arts Ghana; Mrs. Elizabeth Ofosu-Adjare, MP for Greenwich & Woolwich; Nick Raynsford, Representatives from Barclays Bank and several others.

Check out the official promo for the expo;


Registration for businesses wanting to exhibit their products and services is currently ongoing. Exhibitors and attendees can register interest at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/BKYSD2F

Confirmation emails will be sent out shortly after registration.

Tickets can also be purchased via:


For further information on the GUBA Expo, visit- http://www.gubaexpo.co.uk

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