Central Region Chamber of Commerce charts way forward

The Cape Coast chapter of the Ghana Chamber of Commerce and Industry has held a programme to deliberate on the progress of the association after its formation five years ago.

The occasion also created the platform for the members to deliberate on how to effectively strengthen and transform the association into a viable one.

Five individuals were honoured for their contributions towards the development of the association in the region over the past five years.

In an address, the Central Regional Chairman of the association, Harry E. Mensah called on the members of the association to unite towards the development of the association.

He explained that the association had the vision of providing leadership for the growth and prosperity of businesses in the region and the nation as a whole and said that it would explore all avenues necessary to achieve that vision.

He said that the association had so far registered between 50 to 100 businesses over the last five years and stressed that it would continue to promote the interest of its members in the coming years.

Mr. Mensah further said that the branch was working assiduously in meeting the expectation of the national office through the initiation of different programmes in order to promote the interest of businesses in the country.

In his remarks, the chairman for the occasion and a member of the association, Perry Mensah, admonished members to support the development of the association as one of the vibrant chapters under the Ghana Chamber of Mines.

He also implored on them to adopt the necessary mechanisms that would ensure the growth and advancement of their businesses.

Additionally, he called on them to offer the needed support to each member of the association in order to ensure the proper development of business enterprises in the region.

From David O. Yarboi-

Tetteh, Cape Coast

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