Vodafone Ghana won three different awards at the Ghana Business Awards and the Chartered Institute of Marketing Ghana (CIMG) Awards held over the weekend.
At the Ghana Business Awards, Vodafone Ghana was named Telecommunications Company of the Year, and Patricia Obo-Nai, the company’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), won the CEO of the Year (Private Sector) Award.
At the CIMG Awards, Vodafone Ghana was again named the Telecommunications Company of the Year.
The two prestigious awards schemes recognise, and reward excellence based on rigorous criteria for shortlisting nominees. Key indicators for awards in these schemes include, among other things, technology and innovation, excellence, and impact on society.
Speaking about the awards, Patricia Obo-Nai said that Vodafone Ghana’s success is due to the support of its customers and all stakeholders.
“It is a great honour to see how, over the years, Vodafone Ghana continues to receive accolades for our dedication to customer satisfaction and leadership.
“Indeed, we are immensely proud of what we have achieved as an organisation, but we recognise that we could not have come this far without the support and loyalty of our customers and all stakeholders. We, therefore, dedicate these awards to all our customers.”
The Ghana Business Awards, which are organised by Globe Productions Limited, give individuals and businesses a chance to be recognised for their important contributions to the growth and development of their business sector.
The awards also highlight the key functions within the sector that help it grow and stay strong.
The CIMG Awards, organised by the Chartered Institute of Marketing, Ghana (CIMG), is another well-known award that honours excellence in the business world.
It aims to increase awareness of marketing and its importance to business success, as well as to promote high professional standards and encourage excellence among marketing practitioners.
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