GUBA Enterprise is a social enterprise organisation dedicated to the advancement of diaspora Africans and Africans back home through various socio – economic programs and initiatives. The organisation currently has six brand activities namely:
GUBA Awards, GUBA Foundation, GUBA Trade Expo, GUBA Careers, GUBA Diaspora Card and Rock Your African Print
Our goals are to:
Grow – by supporting businesses to grow, encouraging entrepreneurship, private sector development and initiatives.
Unite – through the provision of an engaging network for promoting greater cultural diversity.
Build – by providing business support and offering access to skills capital from business coaches to workshops,
Africa – enhancing the continent through collective action, business and trade.

The GUBA Awards programme seeks to reward, celebrate excellence and innovation of African individual and organisation in the diaspora and back home that works to the advancement, empowerment and progression of the African community in the Diaspora.

The GUBA Foundation is an initiative set up to tackle social issues and foster development of people of African heritage .health issues within the foundation have embarked on various social projects and interventions in area of education, health and economic empowerment

The GUBA Trade Expo is a platform for Small and Medium Businesses to exhibit their
products/services in the United Kingdom, whilst engaging with industry personnel on business growth strategies. The main focus of the expo is to encourage entrepreneurship, achieved through various workshops and seminars at each expo.

The GUBA Diaspora Card is a unique loyalty card that offers discounts of up to 40% to individuals on goods and services in Ghana! The card is available for people living in Ghana and abroad.

Rock Your African Print (RYAP), is a campaign and project which seeks to connect, share and
embrace our African heritage and culture. For the African based in the Diaspora this campaign is a way of connecting and sharing our African heritage. As an organisation that promotes cultural awareness we are keen to celebrate, recognise and embrace textiles from the African continent and continue the dialogue about what our heritage means to the members of the African diaspora.