Communication management company, Stratcomm Africa, has created a platform at the Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) local content exhibition to expose businesses and the public to the value that communication service brings to corporate bottom-line and national development.

The fourth AGI local content exhibition and conference is an annual event that gives local businesses the opportunity to appreciate available local skills, expertise and offering within the local business environment to enable them network to foster growth as well as increase their profits.

 This year’s exhibition held at the Accra International Conference Centre, on the theme"Making Local Content Work", is aimed at increasing the participation of local industries in the strategic sectors of Ghana’s economy.

Stratcomm Africa took the opportunity to showcase the essence of having effective communications team in organizations.

Among the flagship communications products featured by Stratcomm Africa are Development Communications, Research, Monitoring and Evaluation, Brands and Advertising.

Stratcomm Africa’s stand at the exhibition is opened to participation, businesses and the public to afford them the opportunity to seek information about employing effective communications for business development and growth.

Addressing the media, Head of Communications at Stratcomm Africa, Gilian Heathcote noted that Stratcomm Africa is “a home grown organization with deep local knowledge and strong international expertise”.

She further pointed out that Stratcomm has the required capacities to use communications to facilitate establishment and growth of organizations.

“We also serve as a strong bridge between local and international organizations and their stakeholders because we undertake activities in both verbal and non verbal communication.” she stressed.

Gilian Heathcote said Stratcomm Africa believes that good and sustainable national and private landscaping could contribute to Ghana’s positioning as a compelling investment and tourism destination.

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