Agri-Impact was at the Exim Tuesday Market, a business fair with its focus on promoting locally grown businesses. The initiative is one of the Bank’s ways of drumming home the ‘Eat Ghana and Grow Ghana’ campaign
Agri-Impact Consult, the implementer of the GEXIM Youth in Greenhouse Project, took the opportunity to educate the public about the benefits of Greenhouse production including the increased supply of high quality and healthier vegetables, import substitution and sustainable way for creating decent employment for the teeming unemployed youth.
Fresh Logistics, the sole marketing outfit distributing the fresh vegetables from the YUGEP project, was present to market some of the produce whilst leveraging on the program to create additional market and strengthen already established contacts.
With us, was our sister company DKCL; an orange fleshed sweet potato processing firm.
The day has been good since it’s offered the Agri-Impact Group an opportunity to building on its brand.
Our stands were graced by dignitaries such the Spanish Ambassador to Ghana, the press attaché to the Embassy of Morocco, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, Kofi kinaata and a host of others