How do I identify wholesale purchasers of mobile accessories in Ghana


I am currently exploring the possibility of exporting a unique mobile phone accessory to Ghana and would like to know how I can go about identifying contacts that purchase the goods wholesale.


Hi Anthony

Thank you for your question.

You may wish to take a look at our Ghana section which contains a wealth of information on trading with Ghana including articles, events, business opportunities and previously answered questions:

I hope this helps.

Kind regards




We — that’s UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) Ghana in the British High Commission Accra — may be able to assist in identifying contacts that may be interested in your product. UKTI offers trade support services to UK-based companies looking to export to foreign markets. I personally have a regional remit where I help coordinate trade activities for British businesses looking to export to Cote d’Ivoire, Cameroon, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea, Sierra Leone and Senegal. I work closely with FCO Commercial Officers in each market to deliver services to companies) and explore synergies within the region.

The services we offer are packaged in what we call an OMIS (Overseas Market Introduction Service). This is a charged service, and activities range from providing tailored market reports, organising events (product launch, seminar, reception, etc), obtaining validated contacts, arranging meetings with key stakeholders, etc.

Please send me an email and I can link you to our telecommunication/ICT lead here in Ghana for further assistance.



Frank Hagan-Brown | UKTI Regional Trade Coordinator (West Africa) | British High Commission |
Osu Link – off Gamel Nasser Avenue | P. O. Box 296 | Accra | Ghana |
Tel: +233 (0) 302 213 200 | Direct: +233 (0) 302 213 244 | Cell: +233 (0) 544 312 743 |
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Gemma, Frank
Thank you very much for your response it’s much appreciated, I will take a further look at the pages you refered me too.


Anthony Hamilton

Export Action Plan