Ghanaians have been tasked to patronize Made-In-Ghana Goods and services In order to build a resilient economy.
The patronage of Made- In- Ghana products will further create employment and also boost the economy.
As part of its efforts of championing this cause, Neskal Travel & Tour Ltd has taken a giant step by launching the 4th edition of the Neskael Corporate Show.
This ground breaking Show is under auspices of Ghana Tourism Authority and the Ministry of Tourism , Culture and Creative Arts.
Addressing Journalists during the launching ceremony in Accra, the Managing Director of Neskael & Travel Tour Ltd , Louanges Mang , stated unequivocally that , their aim is to preserve the rich cultural heritage of Ghana and Africa in the Corporate world through fashion and also create job for the masses .
And also, breed networking among companies.Adding that, this year’s show will focus on promoting Made In-Ghana products and services.
This she said, the Show will go a long way to wet the appetite of Ghanaians; and also inspire them to patronage Made-in-Ghana Goods and services and, thereby, reduce dependence on imported goods and services.
According to her, as part of efforts of empowering the youth to patronize made in Ghana products and services; their runway models will be fashion students from Accra Technical University.
The show is scheduled to place at The National Theatre on the 3oth of September , 2017.
“ Activities scheduled for the show include:
l Models Catwalk which will be done in segment
l Sankofa Wednesday Campaign
l Trade Fairs
l Fund raising for brilliant but needy Fashion students.
l Career Seminar
l Awarding Key Persons (In Trade & Fashion )
The Former Deputy Minister for Trade and Industry, erstwhile President Maham’s Administration , Hon .Mahama Ayariga, also entreated Ghanaians to embrace the move since it would serve as a major drive for economic growth and prosperity.
However, he lauded the Neskael Corporate Show; adding that it will go a long way to preserve the rich cultural heritage of Ghana and Africa in the Corporate world through fashion.
Mr. Benjamin Anane , who represented the Minister for Tourism , Cultural and Creative Arts , also commended the organizers for coming out with such a laudable initiative
Adding that their outfit will throw more weight behind the Neskael Corporate Show; in order to strengthen the Tourism sector and also accelerate national development .
This year’s edition is on the theme” Celebrating 60 Years of Rich Ghanaian Culture & Continuous Economic Growth Through Art”.
By: Isaac Kofi Dzokpo/NewsGhana.com.Gh