Franchise opportunities in Ghana

Popular franchise directions in Ghana

List of franchises for sale available in Ghana

Another World - Virtual Reality Parks Franchise Investment from $30,000
Tenacious Techies - full service digital marketing agency franchise Investment from $2,000
SAHAR&VOSK - Beauty Salon Franchise Investment from $30,000
Govorusha - Speech Therapy Center Investment from $16,200
PunctureSafe - total tyre protection franchise Investment from $1,875
Perspective 24 - Real Estate Operator Franchise Investment on demand
SLONVISH - Hypoallergenic Jewelry Franchise Investment from $4,500
GREEN BAR - Autonomous City Farms Franchise Investment from $8,168
Bye Bye Nitz - lice treatment center franchise Investment on demand
Krispy Kreme - doughnuts and coffee store franchise Investment from $275,000
PRESOTEA - Bubble Tea Shop Franchise Investment from $100,000
Orangetheory Fitness - fitness centre franchise Investment from $488,405
Smoothie King - smoothie and juice bar franchise Investment from $269,550
PANTIKA - Beauty and Health Laboratory Franchise Investment from $1,062
Cutmann Kids - the First Children's Barbershop Franchise Investment from $80,000
MOMIZU HOUSE - MOMIZU HOUSE Franchise For Sale – Bakery and Beverages Investment from $66,000
Sapore Italiano - Italian café Investment from $249,670
Mail Boxes Etc - Service Centers Franchise Investment from $83,000
Saber - the First Men's Hairdressing Salon for Boys Franchise Investment from $17,550
Friendly English - English Language Studio Franchise Investment from $4,700
Konkrid - Concrete Plant Franchise Investment on demand
PLASTILINSTARS - the children's ballet dance studio franchise Investment from $5,500
ZAGA GAME - Full VR Immersion Park Franchise Investment from $12,540
Realtyplus - Real Estate Agency Franchise Investment from $2,260

Attractiveness of Ghana for the development of franchise business

Ghana is a dynamically developing democracy of Western Africa. It is the second largest economy in the region. The country owes this status to strong exports of cocoa, gold and oil. The economy of the country is predominantly sustainable, showing steady GDP growth. However, there are now certain problems in the economy which include currency weakening, and thus the increase of prices for the imported goods.

Due to economic growth, more and more families are gaining lower middle-income status. The average monthly net salary is $320. However, there still remains the 30% poverty level. Being a rural country, large cities are not numerous. They are Accra (2.27 mln), – which is also the capital of the country – Kumasi (2.07 mln), Takoradi (445,205), Tamale (360,579), and Achiaman (202,932).

Franchising is a developing branch in Ghana. The economic growth demonstrated in the past years has created opportunities for franchising and the interest towards it is rapidly increasing. The most successful franchise businesses were mainly in the retail grocery sector.

The problems associated with launching and operating a franchise business in Ghana include the lack of qualified staff, certain infrastructural hindrances (e.g. it is hard to maintain chain supply), a high entrance fee especially for purchasing international franchises, high real estate prices in large cities as well as the low purchasing potential.

There are high investment business opportunities, as well as cheap franchises in Ghana presented for review, the choice is yours.

Indicators of Ghana Business Market

  • Capital: Accra

  • Currency: Ghana cedi

  • Education Index (2013): 0.553

  • Official languages: English

  • Per capita GDP (PPP): $4,604

  • Quality-of-life index (0-10): out of list

  • Population: 28.21 mln

  • Total GDP (PPP): $130.208 billion

  • Ease of Doing Business Ranking, Rank: 120

  • Gini: 42.8

  • Human Development Index (HDI): 0.579