Some guest during the exhibition of cakes
J’s Cakes and Floral Institute has held its fourth graduation ceremony for 30 graduands.
The event was held at the forecourt of the institute located at Ashaley Botwe in Accra lately.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of J’s Cakes and Floral Institute, Josephine Ishmaila Awudu, in her annual report, said the adoption of foreign cultures in the country has resulted in a sharp change in taste, lifestyle and status quo of clients.
Such a change has no doubt made the industry highly competitive and has also led to a situation whereby entrepreneurs in the industry must display innovation, creativity and commitment.
Mrs. Ishmaila Awudu stressed the need for the industry players to put measures in place to ensure prompt delivery service system, good interpersonal relations and the packaging of products which not only attracts but meets the health needs of consumers.
She stressed that J’s Cakes and Floral Institute started at Nungua 16 years ago with one student and has over the years carved a niche in the industry which attracts a number of students and clients.
She added that the institute now serves as an examination centre for the National Vocational Training Institute (NVTI).
The Adentan Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), Benjamin Angenu, who chaired the occasion, urged the graduands to show commitment in whatever they do.
Mr. Benjamin Angenu also called on them to start modestly and develop a business plan for growth in the future.
By Solomon Ofori