Infinity Stars Hotel seeks partnership with Indonesian investors

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Infinity Stars Hotel and Den Enterprise at Penyi in the Ketu North Municipality of the Volta Region, Mr John Kwakuvi Hounlessodji, on Tuesday paid a courtesy call on the Honorary Consul of the Republic of Indonesia in Ghana, Paskal A.B. Rois, to explore business opportunities.

He discussed with the Consul business opportunities available in Indonesia in relation to investment in the hotel industry, real estate development as well as the establishment of indigenous factories in the area.

Mr Hounlessodji also commended Mr Rois on his appointment as the Indonesia government’s representative in Ghana.

Mr Hounlessodji told the Consule that one of his immediate objectives was to set up a state-of-the-art recreational centre in the area to promote tourism in the municipality and beyond.

He appealed to the Honorary Consul to use his good offices to create the needed linkages between his enterprise as well as companies and investors in Indonesia for partnerships in the above sectors of the Ghanaian economy.

According to Mr Hounlessodji, partnering investors in Indonesia would not only promote effective bilateral relationship between the two countries, but also help change the fortunes of Penyi, the Volta Region and Ghana as a whole.

Mr Hounlessodji said the development of Penyi, and for that matter building lasting job opportunity for the youth, was his major focus.

The Honorary Consul, Paskal Rois thanked Mr Hounlessodji for the visit and pledged the Consulate’s support towards expanding bilateral trade between Indonesia and Ghana.

According to him, Ghana had a lot to learn from Indonesia, adding that such collaborations and partnerships would inure to the benefit of the two countries.

The businessman, Infinity, has a 56-bedroom capacity hotel apartment at Penyi, several real estate structures, some factories and other business ventures that can attract foreign partnership investment from Indonesia.

Picture: Mr Hounlessodji right with Mr Rois

BY TIMES REPORTER

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