Brides and event promoters are already booking dates with Jandel, whose events grounds will feature landscaping and fountains, with space for thousands of revellers.
Jandel’s state-of-the-art tent sits on two acres at Appolonia City, ready to host celebrations of any kind. The events centre benefits from Appolonia City’s world-class infrastructure, such as roads, power, water and ICT.
Jandel CEO Afi Amoro said, “With Jandel’s many years of experience in the events industry, we are on course to begin our next stage of growth, and it’s natural to do it in Appolonia City.
“We want to have signature events away from the busy city centre and guarantee our clients the class and serenity they desire.”
Appolonia City CEO Bright Owusu-Amofah said, “We are delighted to welcome Jandel to Appolonia City to create a unique experience and memorable events. Residents and visitors alike can enjoy the Jandel events centre, living, working and playing in one location.”
Appolonia City is fast becoming the destination of choice for companies and individuals moving away from Accra’s heavy traffic for a healthy, congestion-free environment.
MainOne’s planned data center in Appolonia City will connect businesses to the world. With more than 500 homes completed or under construction, Appolonia City’s event center will serve many clients’ social needs.
Over three decades, Jandel has evolved into the ultimate 360 degree luxury and lifestyle experience company, crafting diverse offerings that include event management and logistics, floristry and more.
Over the recent holiday period, Jandel partnered with the Accra Metropolitan Assembly, the Tourism Ministry, Ghana Tourism Authority and the business community on a historic street lighting initiative with decorative lights, flowers, art and crafts, as part of the Year of Return.
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