The Nebraska Trade and Investment program, and the Husker Harvest Day event, taking place simultaneously from September 11th to 14th, 2023, is a combination of events that attracts business people, investors and farmers annually to update, learn and exploit business, trade and investment opportunities in the State and build new partnerships, at governments, corporate, and individual levels.
Appreciating the immense value such a gathering holds for Ghana’s economic growth and diversification, former President Mahama, at his invitation to the event, determined that his tight schedule in recent times would not be enough reason to deny Ghana such an opportunity to maximize the offerings of Ghana’s good relationship with the United States of America, decided to send Hon Fiifi Fiavi Kwetey in his stead.
A former two-term Member of Parliament for Ketu South, former Minister of State, Fiifi Fiavi Kwetey, who is the current General Secretary of his party, the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has also served the nation as both the Deputy Finance Minister and the Minister for Agriculture. He qualifies as best placed to represent Ghana at this auspicious trade and investment event.
According to Ghana’s Agrihouse Foundation, the local Representatives ,organizing partner and lead coordinator of the event being organized in collaboration with GhaNeb LLC, a Ghanaian-American partnership, the event brings leaders in the agricultural, trade and finance space together with Ghanaian participants to interact, exploit partnership opportunities, strengthen bilateral ties, update on new technologies and advancements developing in both American and the global agriculture space.
The participants shall participate in top trade conversations with the Nebraska Department of Economic Development, interact with top industry players, engage in market linkage negotiations, matchmaking, and investment related activities.
Ultimately, it is envisaged that the program would develop and strengthen economic partnerships, provide access to valuable and sustainable market opportunities, enhance bilateral investments, and widen Ghana’s sources of boosting trade, investment and economic growth.