Vodafone wins big at UK-Ghana Chamber of Commerce awards

Vodafone wins big at UK-Ghana Chamber of Commerce awards
Source: Ghana | Myjoyonline.com
Date: 06-12-2017 Time: 12:12:58:am

Vodafone Ghana has won two prestigious awards at the maiden edition of the Business Excellence Awards hosted by the UK-Ghana Chamber of Commerce (UKGCC).

The event seeks to recognise the great works of reputable Ghanaian and UK companies operating in the country whilst providing a platform for intimate interactions between key players in the business community.

Vodafone took home honours for two categories - Best Brand and Most Successful Company of the Year - to highlight the company's relentless efforts in establishing a company that continues to set the tone for the telecoms industry.

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The organisers cited Vodafone's exceptional demonstration of strong growth and innovative strategies; stakeholder management and a notable customer experience, as key points that worked in their favour.

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Commenting, Gayheart Mensah, Director of External Affairs at Vodafone Ghana said:"A persistent pursuit of excellence always yields results and that has been the Vodafone story to date. We are committed to putting the customer first in all we say and do because without them we have no business. We are excited to be honoured by the UK-Ghana Chamber of Commerce and for us, it is also a reflection of a year where, despite the industry challenges, we have emerged victorious. The future can only be exciting and we are ready to stand by our customers.”

The UKGCC is an organisation made up of local experts and professionals that support British Businesses looking to access and engage with the Ghanaian market, whilst providing assistance to Ghanaian companies investing in the UK.

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