Corporate brands urged to boost sales through associations with public figures

Corporate brands urged to boost sales through associations with public figures
Source: Sheila Tamakloe/ Joy Business
Date: 24-11-2017 Time: 12:11:26:pm

Chief Executive Officer of Indigenous beverage manufacturing company Kasapreko, Richard Adjei, is encouraging more corporate institutions to partner public figures to grow their brands and boost sales. 

The use of brand ambassador is a fast-growing trend in the marketing world referring to the use of celeb to represent and promote the services or products of a company. 

For the Ghanaian beverage producing company Kasapreko, dancehall artist Charles Nii Armah Mensah popularly known as Shatta Wale was unveiled as the official brand ambassador for Kasapreko storm energy drink.

Mr. Richard Adjei explained that there is always shared benefits of such alliance for both businesses and the art industry. 
He said, “By signing on Shatta Wale, the company hopes to relate to his fans better and also show commitment to supporting Local Acts”. 

Leveraging their own popularity on social media platforms and among society to drive value, brand ambassadors are fast becoming a medium to create real, personalized interactions between brands and its target audience. 

The newly unveiled brand ambassador was welcomed by a charged crowd of music fans and enthusiasts at the Achimota Mall.
Addressing his fans, the artist endorsed the patronage of made in Ghana products and express commitment to working with Kasapreko. 

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