If you are considering doing business in [insert country name here], here are some steps you may wish to consider as you get started:
1. Visit Ghana’s export.gov to get an overview of economic conditions and opportunities. Access the U.S. Commercial Service Market Research Library containing more than 100,000 industry and country-specific market reports, authored by our specialists working in overseas posts.
2. Contact Information and Links for Assistance:
Contact your local U.S. Export Assistance Center for advice and support on exporting to Ghana. Contact a Trade Specialist Near You
Contact your local Small Business Development Center (SBDCs)
Starting a business can be a challenge, but there is help for you in your area. Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs) are partnerships primarily between the government and colleges/universities administered by the Small Business Administration and aims at giving educational services for small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs.
Contact in-country business support organizations [list organizations and links here]
Make use of business matchmaking services:
Whether you’re looking to make your first export sale or expand your business in this market, we offer the trade counseling, market intelligence, business matchmaking, and commercial diplomacy you need to connect with lucrative business opportunities.
Circumstantial eligible countries
Tender Management Modes
Grant Management Modes