Mr. Solomon Lartey is MD of Activa Global Insurance policy Ghana
The Taking care of Director of Activa Intercontinental Insurance plan Ghana, Solomon Lartey, has queried why in sub-Saharan Africa, wherever women of all ages make up the majority of business people somewhat have a variety of impediments that render their firms a lot less productive.
He also noticed that companies owned by males have less staff members than these owned by men.
Mr. Solomon Lartey also explained that his business has usually held the watch that Africa is the new frontier of World-wide Economic Progress and for that make any difference Ghana have to consider its rightful area in it. He added that it is no coincidence that Ghana is among the speediest escalating economies in the earth.
These have been contained in a goodwill information shipped on his behalf by the Deputy Handling Director in charge of Operations of Activa, Mr Benjamin Yamoah at the start of the 8th AGI Ghana Industry & Quality Awards 2019 on Thursday, June 6, 2019, at the Coconut Grove Hotel, Ridge, Accra.
“It is for this cause and far more that, as part of Activa’s Company Social Accountability, and outside of sponsoring the 8th AGI Awards ceremony, Activa has resolved to husband or wife with the AGI to equip females business owners with the required schooling, abilities and instruments for making units and buildings that will facilitate the progress of their corporations and manage their risks”, he stated.
The President of AGI, Dr Yaw Adu Gyamfi named for ideal policies and restrictions that would assist industries to do better, make investor self-assurance and attract foreign traders into the place. He instructed AGI members the need to have to develop into aggressive, which is very important and the rationale for the alternative of the theme for this year’s AGI awards, that is, “Positioning Ghanaian Industries for World-wide Competitiveness”. The AGI President counseled the Authorities forbidding to create the Secretariat for the African Continental Free of charge Trade in Ghana.
Launching the awards, the Main Director of the Ministry of Trade & Business, Mr Patrick Nimo mentioned, the decision of this year’s topic for the awards speaks volumes since it demonstrates a renewed aim of repositioning of AGI firms in direction of prosperity.
Messages were sent by the Director Typical of the Ghana Specifications Authority (GSA), Prof, Alex Dodoo, Controlling Director of Nestle Ghana, Philomena Tan, Head of Internet marketing of Ghacem, Fiifi Eshun, CEO of Mericom Methods, Mr Enoch Cobbinah, and AGI Awards Preparing Committee Chairperson, Mrs Nora Bannerman-Abbott.
The CEO of AGI, Mr Seth Twum Akwaboah designed it recognized that the key awards ceremony is scheduled for November, this yr, but his outfit would manage an AGI Summit and Exhibition in September as aspect of the plan.