Go Africa Announces establishment of Go Africa Côte d’Ivoire & its offices in Côte d’Ivoire.

Go Africa is pleased to announce establishment of Go Africa Côte d’Ivoire & its offices Côte d’Ivoire.

We are pleased to announce the formation of Go Africa Côte d’Ivoire under the leadership and stewardship of Mr. Losseni Kone.

Mr. Kone is a native of Africa Côte d’Ivoire and has been in the commodities industry for over 20 years.

We are confident that Mr. Kone will allow Go Africa to achieve new heights in industry given Côte d’Ivoire dominance of the production of Cashew and Cocoa in the world markets.

We are looking forward to great developments from Go Africa Côte d’Ivoire!

  • Corporate Office: (French)  Centre D’affaire  Plateau Avenue CROZET Immeuble XL Plateau 6ème & 7 ème  étage 01BP 2785 Abidjan- Côte d’Ivoire Phone  +225 20 30 76 14  Fax: +225 20 30 76 49 Regus Phone: +225 20 30 76 00 email: ga_ci_abidjan@goafricaglobal.com
  • Corporate Office  (English) Abidjan, XL Plateau Address: Corner of Dr. Crozet Street and Boulevard de la Republique XL Building, 6th and 7th Floors, Côte d’Ivoire  Phone  +225 20 30 76 14  Fax: +225 20 30 76 49 Regus Phone: +225 20 30 76 00 email: ga_ci_abidjan@goafricaglobal.com
  • Admin Office: 94 BP 11294 Abidjan CI

About Mr. Kone – President of Go Africa Côte d’Ivoire

  • Responsible for developing and expanding the company’s  customer and operations base. Experienced in the production, processing and selling of cashew nuts in a variety of preparations, sizes and grades.
  • Extensive experience in the cacao & Cashew marketplace (Buyers & Sellers)
  • Senior level and long term relationships with the government and trade officials of Cote d’Ivoire
  • Accomplished professional with US and International experience, working for Big 4 Firms such as KPMG and Ernst & Young.
  • Educated in the US and Europe. Masters Degree in Economics
  • Fluent in English, French and German

Cote d’Ivoire’s Ambassador Inza Camara shares his endorsement of Go Africa

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Go Africa meeting with Bacanda producers & Cacao Cooperatives from Trade Mission to Abidjan Côte d’Ivoire from 09/06/2017 – 09/14/2017

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Summary report and assessment of Trade Mission to Abidjan Côte d’Ivoire from 09/06/2017 – 09/14/2017

Bacanda producers & Cacao Cooperatives

Go Africa LLC The Go Africa team arrived prior to the official start of the Trade mission in order to meet and establish relationships with the various Cacao Cooperatives and farmers outside of Abidjan. Go Africa Network Go Africa Health Go Africa News Go Africa Coffee Go Africa Store Go Africa Harlem Cheikh Traore Karim ToshAfricVision NouvellesAs a result of meetings with the various cooperatives, Go Africa pledged and delivered and investment of 500.00 USD on 09/11/2017 toward the Bacanda Farmers. Bacanda producers & Cacao Cooperatives We will continue to work toward the following initiatives over an evolving timeframe: • Partnership agreement with the Bacanda cooperative• Securing the Exporter license and the structure involved in making such an arrangement work• Support for health & education for the cooperatives and producers which would be included in the partnership agreement (we are looking to time this in the Jan/Feb 2018 timeframe) Overall the Go Africa Team regards the mission as highly successful. As such we are working toward the launch of Go Africa® Dark Chocolate Covered Cashews in the nationally

Posted by Go Africa Global on Sunday, October 22, 2017

The Go Africa team arrived prior to the official start of the Trade mission in order to meet and establish relationships with the various Cacao Cooperatives and farmers outside of Abidjan.

 

Overall the Go Africa Team regards the mission as highly successful. As such we are working toward the launch of Go Africa® Dark Chocolate Covered Cashews in the nationally U.S. sometime in the early November timeframe (see attached draft document).

 

From 09/06 – 09/10/2017 we met with the following Individuals and Cacao Cooperatives

  • Bacanda producers and cooperatives 09/08 – 09/10/2017
  • Guy M’Bengue, CEO, APEX-CI
  • Sadiku Adjao, sadiku@unfpa.org United Nations Population fund

 

As a result of meetings with the various cooperatives, Go Africa pledged and delivered and investment of 500.00 USD on 09/11/2017 toward the Bacanda Farmers.

 

We will continue to work toward the following initiatives over an evolving timeframe:

  • Partnership agreement with the Bacanda cooperative
  • Securing the Exporter license and the structure involved in making such an arrangement work
  • Support for health & education for the cooperatives and producers which would be included in the partnership agreement (we are looking to time this in the Jan/Feb 2018 timeframe)

From 09/11 – 09/14 we met with the following individuals and entities as part of the official trade mission

 

  • Severin Kassarate, consultant, African Development bank
  • Gerard Amangoua, Deputy CEO, APEX CI
  • Glady Anoh, Strategic partnership Manager, APEX-CI
  • Kaldji Fadiga PhD, General Manager of International Trade, Ministry of Commerce & promotion.

 

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