Our upcoming Ghana Trip is from Feb to Mar 2019 register here: h
How does this sound….Are you attracted to the idea of going for a very early morning walk along the mostly private Bojo Beach, before taking a ride to the coast to visit talented batikers, then back in the evening to enjoy a plate of Red Red or Kele Wele to the sound of Afrobeats before you rest to wake up to a journey up north, to visit skilled artisans of indigo dyeing, kente weaving and raffia weaving, with a salute to the Black Star before a workshop learning how to make glass beads as you make your way back to the apartment before dancing the night away at a top cocktail bar to end the week. Is that more up your “Oxford” street?
Does this have your name all over it? Ready to #gofastwithus ?
Originally referenced as the Gold Coast in West Africa, Ghana has become one of the top African countries to visit on various business arenas, when first entering the African market, due to the large market size and its simplicity of doing business internationally. Equally known for its beaches, diverse wildlife, old forts, coastal towns, historical colonial buildings and castles-turned-museums it is a country with great beauty and history to be explored. For business, it is a market without too much competition with relatively low risk, specifically with security, Specifically for the fashion industry, there is an abundance of various artisan skills, traditional textiles, some garment production units too and high opportunities.
Full price 1997GBP / 2297€ / 2497$ is also payable in 4 parts
Price includes accommodation
(minimum 3***, price based on 2 person room share, additional £250 for single occupancy)
and includes on the ground transport
Price is exclusive of flights, immunisations, visas, food and workshop fees.
To register do pay your deposit of 497GBP / 247€ / 297$ by MAY 30th, 2018 and email firstname.lastname@example.org for a delegate registration form
Register for our Ghana Trip this August 2019 here:
The itinerary includes an exploration of these businesses through on-site visits of Artisans workshops and manufacturers factory houses. We will deliver workshops and undertake practical activities and provide opportunities to meet with local designers in their stores and/or studios. You will also attend business enterprise panel discussion events as well as business feasibility workshops with professionals in the field of businesses and entrepreneurship (from a local and country government perspective), to assess your business aims and objectives, including social enterprise and business models used.
We challenge you as a business to work together with the manufacturers and artisans to create foremost beautiful and desirable, competitive products, which not only meet industry standards, but also preserve the local and traditional artisanal techniques, alongside maintaining social responsibility throughout. Are you up for it? Then join us on our Fashion Africa Sourcing Trips.
Trip details to follow:
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
ARTISAN & TRADITIONAL TECHNIQUES
- Hatch Africa
- Africa Fashion Guide
Please note any last minute cancellations will not be deemed refundable. Cancellations can be made up to 4 weeks prior to travel of which the initial deposit to secure your place will not be refunded to cover administrational fees. Any other payments made prior to this cancellation which has not paid for accommodation or transport will be fully refunded.