He said good customer care could help them to increase their clients and help promote their businesses.

Mrs Patricia Ayine, a 25 year old seamstress.jpg16379Mr Kissi said this at the graduation ceremony of 200 members of the GNTDA, after a three months intensive training organized by the Skills Development Fund under the Council for Technical Vocational Education and Training (COTVET) at Koforidua.

The training, which included finishing, body blogs and pattern keeping, was to help upgrade participants’ skills in dressmaking and tailoring.

He urged members of the Association, to participate in trade fairs and exhibitions as this could provide more opportunities for them.

Mr Kissi commended the Skills Development Fund and COTVET for the training and appealed to other Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and philanthropists to help improve the lot of members of the Association.

Source: GNA

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