The event, which was aimed at promoting and educating people about the Ghana Party in the Park UK festival, was attended by media personalities and bloggers.
In attendance was Akwaaba Group CEO, Mr Dennis Tawiah and his team as well as executives from Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA) and the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC).
Director for Product Development and Investment at the Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA), Benjamin Anane Nsiah highlighted talked about the essence of partnering with Akwaaba UK to bring the brand’s flagship event to fruition.
He said, “We have to engage the historical diaspora and the second or third generation,” said Mr Anane Nsiah. “And events like Ghana Party in the Park are excellent meeting points to convince them to think about Ghana as a hospitable tourism destination.We have to let them know that Ghana is a fun place to live in.”
Joseph Hanson – a representative of the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC), addressed the press regarding their inclusion in this year’s edition of the event.
As the name of the GIPC implies, they are in the business of investing and promoting everything Ghanaian, thus, they are keen on backing the organizers of the event with any form of support that is required of them.
Ghana Party in the Park is slated for July 16. It will take place at the Trent Park in London.
As part of the new activities for this year, Ghana EXPO UK will take place on July 14. This according to the CEO is to create the opportunity for patrons to do business with the sponsors of the event.