Remembrance Day Of British High Commission Receives Support From UKGCC
The UK Ghana Chamber of Commerce (UKGCC) has donated a cash amount of $2,000 towards the 2017 British High Commission’s Remembrance Day celebrations in Accra.
The event, organized annually in honour of Ghanaian Veterans is to acknowledge Ghanaian Veteran Soldiers who devoted their time and sacrificed their lives for their nation. The event is expected to be held on Saturday 11th November, 2017 at the British High Commissioner’s Residence in Accra.
The CEO of the Chamber, Tony Burkson says “UKGCC is happy to be part of this program. We acknowledge the great works of our Veteran Soldiers and we deem it important to celebrate them. By this, we pay due homage to them for their hard work”.
He further said “UKGCC will continue to support courses that seek to promote the interest of its members and the entire country”.
Darren Nichols who received the donation on behalf of the Defence Section of the British High Commission expressed appreciation to the UKGCC saying “We are grateful for the support you provide to the British High Commission, particularly the Defence Section. We look forward to continue working with you for a successful event this year and beyond”.
The UK – Ghana Chamber of Commerce (UKGCC) is a unique resource and a robust organization made up of local experts and professionals that will be the voice for British Businesses looking to access and engage with the Ghanaian market, whilst providing assistance to Ghanaian companies investing in the UK.
The organization facilitates and promotes trade and commercial relations between the UK and Ghana. It provides exceptional support for its members through the sharing of knowledge and ideas whilst hosting various activities designed to build stronger networks that will connect business and create further opportunities.