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The Association of Ghana Industries (AGI)

ASSOCIATION OF GHANA INDUSTRIES (AGI)

The Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) formed in 1958 is a business association of over 1200 members, made up of small, medium and large scale manufacturing and services industries in agro-processing, agri-business, pharmaceuticals, electronics and electrical, telecommunications, information technology, utilities, service industries, transport, construction etc.

The Association performs the following functions including:

  • Advocating policies that advance the growth and development of industries;
  • Strengthening national industry associations through the sharing of knowledge, experience and critical information;
  • Providing members with a vast network of contacts, especially in the West African sub-region;
  • Facilitating international trade exhibition to promote members’ goods.
Contact Information:
Tel: 0302 779023 / 779024
Fax: 030 2773143
Website: www.agighana.org
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GHANA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY (GCCI)

GHANA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY (GCCI)

The Ghana Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) formerly Ghana National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GNCCI) was established on 8th November 1961. The Chamber is dedicated to helping entrepreneurial growth of companies and seeks to promote the interest of companies and organizations engaged in investment, trade, commerce, agriculture, industry and manufacturing in Ghana.

Its functions include the following:

  • Promotion and protection of trade, commerce, industry and manufacturers in Ghana;
  • The collection and circulation of statistics relating to trade, commerce, industry and manufacturers;
  • The provision of facilities for the communication and exchange of views between members of the Chamber and departments of Government, public institutions and other Associations, on matters directly or indirectly affecting the interests of its members;
  • Promotion and participation in trade fairs in Ghana and elsewhere
  • To develop linkages with Chamber of Commerce in other parts of the world; etc

Contact Information:
Tel: 030 200353 678449
Fax:  0302 678405
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Website: www.ghnanachamber.org

 GHANA EMPLOYERS ASSOCIATION (GEA)

GHANA EMPLOYERS ASSOCIATION (GEA)

The Ghana Employers' Association (GEA) is a national Employers' Organization formed in 1959 whose membership comprises enterprises operating in all sectors of the economy.

The functions of GEA include the following:

  • Promoting and protecting the interest of Employers
  • Acting as a forum for Employers
  • Keeping members informed and advocating on the operation of existing laws and practices that affect employers
  • Representing employers in its dealings with Government, Non-Governmental Organizations and other national bodies

Contact Information:
Tel:  0302 678455 678449
Fax: 0302 678405
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Website: www.ghanaemployers.com

 The Chamber of Mines

THE CHAMBER OF MINES

The Chamber of Mines is the main minerals industry association in Ghana. The Chamber represents the collective interests of companies involved in mineral exploration, production and processing in Ghana.

Key functions of the Chamber include the following:

  • Supporting and Advising on industry issues, including mining and sustainable development, energy and alternative livelihood projects;
  • Organizing workshops and seminars in areas of national and industry interest, including safety, environment, capacity utilization and community relations.
  • Position Ghana as a mining hub of West Africa

Contact Information:
Ghana Chamber of Mines (GCM)
Minerals House, No. 10,6th Street,
Airport Residential Area, Accra, Ghana
Tel: (233 760652/761891
Fax: (233 760653)
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Website: www.ghanachamines.com

 FEDERATION OF ASSOCIATIONS OF GHANAIAN EXPORTERS (FAGE)

FEDERATION OF ASSOCIATIONS OF GHANAIAN EXPORTERS (FAGE)

The Federation of Associations of Ghanaian Exporters (FAGE) is an umbrella organization of exporters and product associations, established in 1992. With over 2,500 members, FAGE represents Ghanaian businesses in the agricultural and manufacturing industries, including exporters of food crops, seafood, agricultural products, forest products, handicrafts, textiles, and industrial materials.

Functions include:

  • Promoting the expansion and diversification of Ghanaian exports to foreign markets by assisting member firms in developing and marketing their products;
  • Improving the enabling environment for trade through government advocacy;
  • Providing technical information to facilitate trade through the “Export News” magazine
  • Advocating trade expansion, participating in policymaking forums and making recommendations to government agencies and foreign entities based on its knowledge of local and international markets.

Contact Information:
Tel: 0302 766176 / 766257 / 766846
Fax: 0302 766253
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Website: www.fageplus.com

 GHANA ASSOCIATION OF BANKERS

GHANA ASSOCIATION OF BANKERS

The Ghana Association of Bankers (GAB) was formed in 1980 as a national organization of Banks in Ghana.

The Functions of GAB include the following:

  • Creating avenues for making representation to appropriate institutions and bodies of state to consider the view of members on issues pertaining to economic, fiscal, monetary and other matters as they affect the performance of the financial system;
  • In a rapidly changing industry, GAB gives practical expression to the Banking Industry’s views on new regulatory legislative initiatives at the outset and arising concerns, both general and technical, arising from such initiatives;
  • Carrying out research, analysis and dissemination of reports on issues affecting the banking industry’s performance and growth;
  • Participating and contributing meaningfully to programmes and activities of the West African Bankers’ Association and the proposed West African Monetary Institute.

Contact Information
Tel: 0302 667138 / 670629
Fax: 0302 667 138
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Website: www.ghanaassociationofbankers.com

 THE GHANA CHAMBER OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS

THE GHANA CHAMBER OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS

The Ghana Chamber of Telecommunication is an industry association and a private initiative by the mobile network operators in Ghana. We are an advocacy institution established to help direct telecommunications policy, legislation and regulation, and pursue research towards the development of telecommunications. The Chamber of Telecommunications was registered in 2010 and inaugurated in 2011. We operate on the principle of “Co-opetition” --- i.e. co-operation on matters of common interest in an environment of fair competition. Our industry has created over 1.6 million jobs, and 10% of all government revenues come from our business.

Our vision:  To become the voice of the most respectable industry in Ghana.

Objectives:

  • To guide & influence policy formulation in the telecoms industry
  • To provide a collective interface between mobile operators & key stakeholders
  • To promote & protect the common interests of operators
  • To support research and development in telecommunications in Ghana

Contact Information:
Tel: 0302 730 500/0577605485
Fax: 0302 77634
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Website: www.telecomschamber.org

 GHANA INSURERS ASSOCIATION (GIA)

GHANA INSURERS ASSOCIATION (GIA)

Ghana Insurers Association (GIA) is a trade Association registered under the Companies Code, 1963 Act 179, on May 27th 1988. Membership is open to all insurance and reinsurance companies registered and licensed to transact insurance business in Ghana.

The Association seeks to protect, promote and advance the common interest of insurers, reinsurers and the insuring public and to do all such things as may be necessary, proper or advisable for the general advancement of insurance business in Ghana.

The Association undertakes the following functions:

  • Promoting agreement and co-operation among its members on matters of mutual interest and providing machinery for the examination and reconciliation of any differences
  • Promoting knowledge and a clearer understanding of insurance among all sections of the community
  • Promoting good relationship among insurers and reinsurers and other industry players
  • Gathering and collecting information and market wide statistics from members of the Association, for the purpose of determining market trends and satisfying any other requirements set by the Board from time to time.
  • Managing the assets of the Association for the benefit of the members; etc.

Contact Information:
Tel: 0302-251092-3 / 0307032080
Fax: 0302-251091

GHANA LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS OPERATORS ASSOCIATION (GLiPGOA)

GHANA LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS OPERATORS ASSOCIATION (GLiPGOA)

Ghana Liquefied Petroleum Gas Operators Association (GLiPGOA) is an Association of Liquefied Petroleum Gas Operators to promote the safe and efficient use of Liquefied Petroleum Gas in Ghana.

The Functions of the Association are to:

  • Promote the safe and efficient use of Liquefied Petroleum Gas
  • Co-operate and negotiate with relevant stakeholders to ensure certainty of adequate supply and fair pricing of LPG.
  • Offer training and technical assistance to its members to acquire and develop business development and managerial skills.
  • Resolve business conflicts among members.
  • Assist its members in sourcing business growth and development support assistance from credible sources

Membership to the association is by being a duly registered Liquefied Petroleum Gas Marketing Company and Licensed by the National Petroleum Authority.

Contact Information:
Box C7 912, Cantonments, Osu Accra –Ghana
Tel: 233 302 235086/0302 235133
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PROFILE OF ASSOCIATION OF OIL MARKETING COMPANIES (AOMCs)

PROFILE OF ASSOCIATION OF OIL MARKETING COMPANIES (AOMCs)

The Association of Oil Marketing Companies (AOMCs) is a non-profit organization established in May, 2003 with the mission and vision to promote the interest of its members; Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) and Liquefied Petroleum Gas Marketers (LPGMs) and also to be well positioned to be consulted for all decisions related to the Petroleum downstream industry.

Contact Information:
Telephone: (+233 302) 761455
Telefax: (+233 302) 772554
Website: www.aomcs.org

GHANA INSURANCE BROKERS ASSOCIATION (GIBA)

GHANA INSURANCE BROKERS ASSOCIATION (GIBA)

Ghana Insurance Brokers Association (GIBA) is the Ghanaian national trade association for licensed Insurance Brokers in Ghana. GIBA is the national voice of Insurance Brokers and an advocate for insurance consumers. Our website provides information for consumers, insurance and risk professionals throughout the industry and GIBA members.

Contact Information:
P.O.BOX OS 3033, Osu-Accra, Ghana
Telephone: 028-954-1879
Website: www.giba.org.gh

ASSOCIATION OF BUILDING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS OF GHANA

ASSOCIATION OF BUILDING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS OF GHANA

Contact Information:
Telephone: +233 302700322 || +233 508 704 785 || +233 508 704 786
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Website: www.buildingcontractorsgh.com

THE GHANA GRAINS COUNCIL (GGC)

THE GHANA GRAINS COUNCIL (GGC)

The Ghana Grains Council (GGC) is a private sector-led initiative formed with funding from USAID’s ATP and ADVANCE projects.

It is a body formed by leaders in the grain business with the aim of intervening in the grains value chain to achieve improvement in productivity, quality and greater commercialisation of the industry.

Contact Information:
Telephone: +233 (0) 307 021 091
Postal: PMB 212 Madina, Accra
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Website: www.ghanagrainscouncil.org

THE ASSOCIATION OF SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES (ASSI)

The Association of Small Scale Industries (ASSI) was established on the initiative of the National Board for Small Scale Industries and some individual small –scale entrepreneurs. The initiative was taken in 1986 and ASSI was established.

ASSI is an apex body or umbrella association for several small-scale industries associations throughout the country. Thus, different private sector industry associations constitute ASSI and not individual small-scale entrepreneurs.

ASSI is a non-profit making, autonomous, non-political and the private sector umbrella body of trade associations in Ghana.

Contact Information
ASSI head office is located within the premises of the NBSSI National Office, adjacent to the Africa Region Office of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations.
The National Secretariat
Association of Small Scale Industries (ASSI)
C/o P.O. Box M85, Ministries – Accra
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THE CHAMBER OF BULK OIL DISTRIBUTORS

The CBOD is the representative body of Bulk Oil Distribution Companies.

It has been operational since 2012 but was formally incorporated in January 2014. The CBOD serves as the advocacy, lobby and representative body of the industry.

The CBOD also functions as an industry research and strategy unit committed to enhancing the industry’s commercial viability and sustainability.
The CBOD operates as an active and responsible industry player partnering allied agencies for national development while coordinating and facilitating healthy cooperation and competition amongst members.

The CBOD currently holds a membership of 23 BDCs who account for over 95% of Petroleum supplies to the Ghanaian market.

Contact Information
Address: C127/21 Saflo Link 1st Floor, Right Wing Abelempke, Accra
Phone: 030 279 7871
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