By Emmanuel Todd, GNA
Accra, Sept, 15, GNA – The Business Executive
(TbE) Corporate Network has held a networking section for its past award
winners from previous award events to commemorate five years of TbE Awards.
The cocktail styled event was on the theme:
“Five years of TbE Awards: The Journey so far, stock taking and sharing of
Madam Paullete Kporo, Chief Executive
Officer (CEO) and Director of TbE West Africa told the Ghana News Agency that
TbE had given awards to CEOs and institutions across all sectors in Ghana since
2014 and it was important that such beneficiaries were brought together on a
common platform to share ideas and do business.
She said the platform created better
business relationships and aided in the growth of many other businesses
considering the fact that modern businesses thrived on partnerships and
She said the event, which was the first of
its kind would be held annually and was optimistic that it was going to offer
business to those who had added to the growth of the economy in various sectors
over the years.
Madam Charlotte Lily Baidoo, CEO of Yolo
Unisex Salon and Spa, said the event was successful and gave business owners
the opportunity to interact with potential clients; learn from other and become
better in their various fields of play.
Mr Melvin Osei Mensah Sales and Marketing
Executives of Stallion
Group, Ghana said the event gave a good
platform for marketers to leverage on clients and engage each other to do well
Mr Benjamin Nana Addo Dankwa, Head of
Events, TbE said they would be holding the Ghana Industry CEOs Awards summit to
elaborate more on good corporate governance in October 30 and November for the
main Awards respectively.
He said the 2019 edition of the African
Business Executive Excellence
Awards slated for November 9th, will seek to
expand its scope to focus on outstanding performances and conducts across for
sub-regions on the African continent.
“The 2nd edition of the Ghana Industry CEO
Awards comes off on November 22 followed by the Find and Tour Ghana; a tourism
workshop platform to train, empower, exchange and showcase the tourism and
cultural heritage of Ghana,” he said.
The Head of Events said the year’s events
would be climaxed with the “Corporate Ghana Hall of Fame” to bring together the
most accomplished, most skilled and experienced people in Ghana’s cooperate
sector to recognise their outstanding achievements and leverage on their
knowledge and experience.
It would also recognise their public good
will to enhance the corporate industry in the country.