A total of 29 companies and one individual have been honoured at the maiden edition of the National Customers’ Choice Awards Ghana which seeks to recognize outstanding businesses through the lens of the customer.
The awards event organized by Millennium Communications, an event subsidiary of KN Holdings, is one of the leading corporate events management company in Ghana, with clients across the world.
The award recognizes the brand that consistently delivers a high level of service to its customers and honors companies and individuals who go that extra mile for their customers and also make sure they get the recognition they so greatly deserve.
The NCCAG is passionate about identifying and promoting businesses that exemplify excellent customer service, integrity, and professionalism.
The Chief Executive Officer of Sofaamy Company Limited, Mr. Kofi Somuah, won the Visionary Leadership Award, while Sofaamy Company Limited walked away with the Customers’ Choice Glass Company of the year.
Absa Bank (Ghana) Limited won the Customers’ Choice SME Bank of the year, while Opportunity International walked away with Customers’ Choice Savings and Loans Company of the year, Enterprise Transition won the Customers’ Choice Funeral Services Company of the year, Ethiopian Airline walked away with the Outstanding Customer Service Award.
The Director for Africa Continental Free Trade Area Policy Network, Rev. Dr. Samuel Worlanyo, who was the Special Guest of Honour, noted that the “ AfCFTA provides the opportunity for Africa to create the world’s largest free trade area, with the potential to unite 1.3 billion people, in a $2.5 trillion economic bloc and usher in a new era of development.”
He stated that “The main objectives of the AfCFTA are to create a continental market for goods and services, with free movement of people and capital, and pave the way for creating a Customs Union. It will also grow intra-African trade through better harmonization and coordination of trade liberalization across the continent. The AfCFTA is further expected to enhance competitiveness at the industry and enterprise level through exploitation of opportunities for scale production, continental market access and better reallocation of resources.”
MDS-Lancet Laboratory Ghana won Customers’ Choice Medical Diagnostic Company of the year, while Spine Therapeutic Centre pick up Customers’ Choice Chiropractic Centre of the Year, with Carports and Canopies Ghana winning the Customers’ Choice Carports Company of the year.
Japan Motors procured the Customers’ Choice Auto Company of the year, while Accra City Hotel won Customers’ Choice Hotel of the year. Premier Health Insurance walked away with the Customers’ Choice Health Insurance Company of the year, while Dulcet Hospitality also won Customers’ Choice Travel & Tour Company of the year.
Blowchem Industries -Bel Aqua, won Customers’ Choice Water Brand of the year, while Bel- Beverages walked away with the Customers’ Choice Beverage brand of the year.
Sunshine Healthcare Limited won the Customers’ Choice Healthcare Centre of the year, while Keda (Ghana) Ceramics Company Limited pick up the Customers’ Choice Tiles Company of the year, Also Holy Trinity Spa and Health Farm walked away with Customers’ Choice Health Spa of the year.
Acacia Health Insurance won the Most Customer Focused Health Insurance company of the year, while Benky Enterprise walked away with customers’ Choice Tyre Dealer of the year, Unique Water won Fast Growing Drinking Water of the year, Ezipay walked away with the Outstanding Fintech App of the year, with Amalena Children’s Haven winning the Customers’ Choice Kids Clothing Retail Company of the year.
TF Financial Service won Customers’ Choice Finance House of the Year, while Azmera Restaurant walked away with the Customers’ Choice Local Restaurant of the year.
Mobile Zone Limited also picked up the Customers’ Choice Mobile Phones Retailer of the Year, while Ramafrique Ghana procured Customers’ Choice Fashion and Accessories Brand.
Atlas Rent-A-Car procured Customers’ Choice Car Rental Company of the Year, while Juben House of Beauty walked away with Customers’ Choice Makeup Retailer of the year; with Sweethub Confectionery winning the Customers’ Choice Chocolate brand of the year.