LNBCC Partners

The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Accra

Main partner
The Dutch embassy in Accra is headed by Ambassador Ron Strikker. The SLNBCC works in close collaboration with the embassy by offering direct support during missions, being the go-to office for Dutch financial tools operated through the embassy and by exchanging relevant information.

Dutch Enterprise Agency (RvO)

Government partner the Netherlands
Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO.nl) stimulates entrepreneurs in sustainable, agricultural, innovative and international business. It aims to improve opportunities for entrepreneurs, strengthen their position and help them realise their international ambitions with funding, networking, know-how and compliance with laws and regulations.<br /> Netherlands Enterprise Agency is a government agency which operates under the auspices of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy. Its activities are commissioned by the various ministries and the European Union.

Liberian National Investment Commission (NIC)

Government Partner Liberia
The National Investment Commission (NIC) is the Investment Promotion Agency of Liberia established by an Act of Legislature on September 6, 1979. The NIC’s current mandate is to promote Liberia’s many investment opportunities, attract and support the growth of value-adding foreign direct investments (FDIs) and advocate for and strengthen the domestic private sector.</p> <p>The NIC is a member of the Liberia Better Business Forum, which works to create an investment environment that makes it easy and predictable to do business in Liberia. Furthermore, NIC chairs the Inter-Ministerial Concessions Committee (IMCC), which includes permanent committee members from the Ministries of State, Finance, Justice, and Planning and Economic Affairs, as well as other key stakeholder ministries and agencies.</p> <p>Lastly, the NIC is also chair of the Commissioner’s meeting which approves investment incentive contracts above USD 10 million.

Ghana Netherlands Business and Culture Council

Partnering Agency Ghana
The Ghana Netherlands Business and Culture Council (GNBCC) is a collaboration of the Netherlands African Business Council and the former Ghana Netherlands Chamber of Commerce and Culture.</p> <p>The two organizations have joined their efforts, networks and activities in the GNBCC, representing the business interests of both Ghanaian and Dutch companies. The GNBCC works closely together with the Embassy of the Kingdom of The Netherlands in Ghana. The GNBCC offers its services along four main service lines; business development services, business support services, trade mission & event services and travel support services.

Sierra Leone Netherlands Business and Culture Council

Partnering Agency Sierra Leone
The Sierra Leone Netherlands Business and Culture Council (SLNBCC) is the Sierra Leonean subsidiary of the GNBCC, together with the LNBCC. The aim of this business council is to promote, grow, and support business relations between Sierra Leone and the Netherlands.</p> <p>The two organizations have joined their efforts, networks and activities in the GNBCC, representing the business interests of both Ghanaian and Dutch companies. The GNBCC works closely together with the Embassy of the Kingdom of The Netherlands in Ghana. The GNBCC offers its services along four main service lines; business development services, business support services, trade mission & event services and travel support services.

Netherlands Africa Business Council (NABC)

Netherlands-based business council partner.
The NABC promotes commerce in Africa by providing Dutch companies with the tools they need to succeed in the various regions and markets across the continent. By hosting multiple events throughout the year, NABC is able to provide their members and associates with valuable networking opportunities that solidify new B2B and B2G relationships. The annual Ambassadors Dinner and the Africa Works! conference are prime examples of such events. In addition, NABC country and sector seminars, workshops and match-making sessions provide professionals with concrete opportunities to make relevant contacts in specific countries and/or sectors.