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Investing in Ghana’s green building economy 2020

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Africa’s socio-economic transformation has begun. With her guiding vision to achieve an integrated, prosperous and peaceful Africa, driven by its own citizens and representing an influential force globally, opportunities are open for businesses and visionary entrepreneurs to seek for partners to expand portfolios to meet the needs that integration of the continental economy will bring to an enlarged markets for goods and services that customers may request.

With investment protocol in place, enhancing Infrastructure, Real Estate and Property portfolios will be created to pursue country and regional developmental agenda.

Property Express Group, its UK base is ready to push forward its Green Building Investment drive for Ghana with its Diaspora Ghana Property Awards and Exhibition 2020 itinerary.

About Diaspora Ghana Property Awards

The Diaspora Ghana Property Awards and exhibition event will be customer prioritized aimed at solidifying the base of quality professional developers with their diaspora customers.

Intended also at making the basis for inviting new investors in opening up Ghana’s Property & Infrastructure Market.

The exhibition will offer nominated award winners the opportunity to promote what they have on offer to diaspora investors.

Real Estate and Construction developers who are based in the UK will have the opportunity to dialogue directly, meet these award winning quality professional developers for partnerships.

The event dubbed “Investing in Ghana’s Green Building Economy” is scheduled to host the best industry players and giants in the Property & Infrastructure Market in Ghana. This maiden event will be held at the Porchester Hall, 45 Porchester Road, Bayswater, London, W2 5HS on the 25th of July 2020.

The event is scheduled into two different phases; the first phase is the exhibition session, which will be opened for various nominees and attendees to have a business dialogue from 9 am to 6 pm. The dinner and awards will follow from 9 pm to 11:30 pm respectively.

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