Speakers at this yr’s Made- In-Ghana Summit (MIGS) in Accra the day gone by referred to as on native companies to emblem themselves to meet world requirements.
They stated, that used to be the one manner to fortify the style for Made- in -Ghana merchandise and lower down tremendously, if no longer finish, the speed of importation within the nation.
The match which introduced togeth-er most sensible Chief Executive Officers (CEOs), Ministers of State, mem-bers of the diplomatic corps and building companions used to be at the theme “Building Strong Ghanaian Brands for Global Competitiveness.”
It used to be organised by means of the Entrepre-neurs Foundation of Ghana in part-nership with the Ministry of Trade and Industry, Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Ghana Invest-ment Promotion Centre (GIPC), Ghana Export Promotion Authority (GEPA), Food and Drug Authority (FDA), Ghana Standards Authority (GSA), Ghana Free Zones Authority and the Ghana National Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Deputy Minister of Trade and In-dustry, Nana Ama Dokua Asiamah Adjei, in a keynote cope with learn on her behalf by means of the Acting Direc- tor, GSA, Clifford E. Frimpong stated development factories have been not enough in catching up with rising world economies for which reason why companies have been to be aggressive to get into the world area.
“Ghanaian businesses must meet international standards of quality, safety, packaging and sus-tainability,” she added.
The Deputy Minister stated it used to be because of this the govern-ment had rolled out tasks together with the only district one manufacturing unit initiative to draw in investments.
A former Director General and a Rector of the Ghana
Administration (GIMPA), Prof. Ste-phen Adei, advised companies to be alert to the desires in their purchasers.
He additionally emphasized that it will have to be ensured that industries have been non-partisan to save you the clamp down of a few industries when positive events weren’t in authorities.
Prof. Adei additional underscored the urgent want for positive spaces of the financial system together with agri-culture to be strategically invested into to deliver out the most productive in the ones sectors.
Mr Clement Osei Amoako, President, Ghana National Cham-ber of Commerce and Industry famous that well timed tasks have been wanted to catch up with the chal-lenges the arena used to be confronted with.
He referred to as for a government-led means in development new manufacturers and resuscitating current ones so as to make the rustic essentially the most most popular emblem.
Mrs Delesse A. A. Darko, CEO, FDA stated demanding situations confronted globally referred to as for spice up in native industriali-sation and the desire for patronising native merchandise, including that “build-ing quality brands encouraged people to do business with you as people repose trust in you.”
CEO, GEPA, Dr Afua Asabea Asare stated the time had come for Ghanaians to glance inside and admire what used to be theirs.
She stated, that used to be as a result of with out appreciating one’s personal self, others or foreigners may just no longer admire or position price on one.
Prof. Kenneth Agyeman Atta-fuah, Executive Secretary, National Identification Authority for his section advised companies to pursue excellence and cleared the path to leveraging the limitless advantages of the “Ghana card.”
Author: Ghanaian Times