“You should also endeavor to often participate in trade fairs and exhibitions to help showcase your work to the public to boost your visibility and increase your clientele, “he added.
Mr. Kissi said this together with good customer care could always help them to maintain old customers whiles attracting new ones to rake in more profits to help them expand their businesses and improve their incomes.
Mr Kissi gave the advice at the graduation ceremony of 200 members of the GNTDA who had received a three months intensive training organized by the Skills Development Fund (SDF) under the Council for Technical Vocational Education and Training (COTVET) at Koforidua.
The grandaunts were taken through finishing, body blogs and pattern keeping to enhance their skills in dressmaking and tailoring.
Mr Kissi called on the graduates to always upgrade themselves and sew styles in vogue to keep to international standards and called on way side dressmakers to who utilize free hand cutting to adopt pattern-keeping to make their work neat and decent.
He commended the S D F and COTVET for the training and appealed to other related Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and philanthropist to emulate this kind gesture.