Praxis Trade Mission to Ghana Receives Media Attention

Praxis Strategy Group’s January, 2014 trade mission to Ghana received mention in a Fargo Forum article discussing North Dakota’s efforts to strengthen economic connections to the rapidly growing Ghanaian market. According to the Forum,

“The North Dakota Trade Office is leading a multi-sector trade mission Jan. 16-23 to Accra, Ghana, to introduce North Dakota products to potential Ghanaian food producers…

The trade delegation will include manufactures of ag equipment, grain storage and handing, and agricultural technology such as GPS systems as well as pulse crops producers.

North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring will lead the delegation, which will include representation from North Dakota State University. They will join with another delegation led by North Dakota companies AdFarm and Praxis Strategy Group, Gorder said.

“This relationship could be quite significant for North Dakota, as it encompasses many of our food and commercial industries,” Gorder said. “The country is working diligently to improve its agricultural practices in order to feed its people. At the same time, North Dakota can provide healthy food products that are not grown in the West African climate. The country is changing quickly, and we want North Dakota to be on the front of their radar when they need agricultural products.”

Fargo Forum: “North Dakota Trade Office, Garrison business headed to west African nation”