The 2017 edition of the Joy FM Beauty and Bridal Fair has been launched on Thursday with patrons thronging to the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC) to see and buy the items on display.
The programme spans from Thursday to Sunday July 2, 2017 and has wide array of items for couples and would-be couples.
There are many sponsors of the program without whom the Bridal Fair will not have been possible.
Below are infographics of the sponsors of the Joy FM Beauty and Bridal Fair 2017.
Pepsi a multinational snack, and beverage produced by an American corporation headquartered in Purchase, New York. PepsiCo. A bottle of Pepsi in Ghana now goes for GHS1.
Team1000words is a Ghanaian-based company that works across Africa and beyond. The photography company documents and shares what it described as 'the Africa we live and experience everyday.'
GIHOC Distilleries Company Limited was the first modern distillery to be established in West Africa and producers of Castle Bridge which is a London Dry Gin made of pure molasses distilled from sugarcane.
Emigoh Ghana Limited is the producer of Yomi yoghurt. "We exist as a nutrition and health company. Our name was derived from the name YOMIGOH, daughter of the founder. Our maiden brand is Yomi."
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