Edward Quansah Awarded overall best Quick Credit Employee for 2022
On the 22nd of December 2022, Quick Credit held its annual ends of year dinner for all of its thousand five hundred employees.
The event which was held at the Grand Arena saw the quick credit employees nationwide being entertained, celebrated, and fed by their able founder and Chairman Richard Nii Amarh Quaye.
At the dinner, employees were entertained by awarding artists such as Kuami Eugene and Stonebwoy with some special guests given the opportunity to thrill these hard-working employees.
The Founder and Chairman of Quick Credit, Mr. Richard Nii Armah Quaye, awarded some fine gentlemen and ladies who worked exceptionally well in the year 2022.
Most of the awardees took home GHS 5000 cheques and other incentives but the overall best employee went to one hard-working Edward Quansah who took home GHS 10,000 cheque for his exceptional work.
The Founder and Chairman of Quick Credit were so delighted to present the award to Edward. He congratulated all employees and urged them to keep working hard for a great 2023.
Quick Credit Meets Financial target for 2022
Over the weekend, Quick Credit & investment micro-credit company held its annual end-of-year meeting inside the Accra International Conference center with a special dinner also held for employees at the Grand Arena.
The end-of-year conference which was in two parts celebrated over a thousand quick credit Workers for their hard work for the year 2022.
There was a conference chaired by the Founder and Chairman of Quick Credit, Mr. Richard Nii Armah Quaye with support from his CEO and other line managers.
At the Quick Credit conference and end-of-year dinner, the Founder Mr. Richard Nii Armah Quaye addressed the over a thousand workers mentioning that he is super proud of how the company was able to meet its financial target despite the economic challenges in the country for the year 2022.
“We grew as a company during the time of COVID and also during this year’s financial crisis that faces this industry. We did this by differentiating ourselves from all competitions and focusing on our fundamentals”- Mr. Richard Nii Armah Quaye noted.
He also mentioned that Quick Credit, which is owned and managed fully by Ghanaians has been serving over two hundred Thousand Small and micro companies nationwide.
He was excited about his company’s employees’ growth stating that Quick credit has close to a thousand five hundred staff.
In ending his speech, Mr. Richard Nii thanked all employees for their sacrifices and loyalty shown to the company.
He was pleased to let them know that if they continue with their hard work, he will surely meet them end of the year 2023 with a special financial reward just like he did in 2022.
Trigmatic, Epixode, Article Wan, Abiana to thrill fans on December 24 in Osu
Multiple award-winning musician and songwriter, Trigmatic on December 24th will perform live at Flipbar in Osu.
Other artists performing on the night will include Epixode, Article Wan, Abiana, and Phrimpong while Seleckta Shaker handles the turntables in between the live performances.
Supported by the ride-hailing app Bolt, patrons of the event will enjoy 50% discounts to the venue from 6 PM of December 24th till midnight.
MC Miguel and Harry Joe will be the masters of ceremonies that will warm patrons into Christmas.
The event is also powered by One play and Bwired Ghana
Africa Media Ad Sales Summit 4th Edition ends successfully.
The 4th Edition of the Africa Media Ad Sales Summit – AFRIMASS has been held recently in Accra at Multichoice-DSTV Office with partnership from Ghanaweb, Survey54 Africa, DSTV Business Ph.D. Media Ghana, LuxLife experience, Genet Services, MX24TV Clay Group, Empowerment Worship Center, Customer Service Africa Think Media Expert, Reach marketing Vipsocio.com, Infocus BCW Ltd, ON Media Africa, Hyperlink media Africa, Multimedia Group Ltd S2A Consult Equity Health Insurance GH media School, Daily Guide, Suniqspro
This year’s Africa Media Advertising Sales Summit was on the theme, Shift in media consumption, a marketing rethink.
The Summit brought together media practitioners, marketing professionals, PR practitioners, Journalists, Ad Agencies, Brands, and Communications experts all under one roof.
The Summit saw seasoned thought leaders in the likes of Cecil Sunkwa -Mills, Bright Ladzekpo, Rev. Albert Ocran, Stephen Naasei Boadi, Joseph Edward Mensah, Andrew Ackah, Edwin Amoako, Daniel Sarpong Jnr, Odelia Ntiamoah, Kwame Adu- Mante, Jerry N. Halm, Maximus Ametorgoh, Adeline Esi Asante-Antwi, Lydia Lily Morkly, Wilma Amoo-Osae, Venus Tawiah, and Ewurama Greenslade shared their rich insight and experiences as thought leaders on the theme encouraging industry practitioners need to perform differently in order to generate great revenues for their media operations. Gracing the Summit as the special guest of honor was the deputy South Africa High Commissioner to Ghana.
This year’s was mounted on three sections namely; the thought leaders’ presentation, All women’s marketing conversation and a master class section.
This year’s edition of AFRIMASS saw Mr. Bright Ladzekpo, Managing Director of Ph.D. Media Ghana was honored by AFRIMASS NETWORK in partnership with CAVEMAN WATCHES for his immense support and thought leadership contribution to the conclave of industry professionals.
Raymond Kofi Smith, Founder and Managing Partner of AfriMass Network mentioned that the summit aimed to shift focus on the challenges that have come to bare as the shift takes place and the myriad opportunities that can be explored in the constant existence of business in the media advertising space.
The shift, he said translates from consumer to content consumption to the means of consumption; the public now consumes what interests them rather than what is in their interest anytime, anywhere as innovative technologies that disrupt traditional business models have come into play.
“With this inevitable change in media consumption, we are resounding the call through this year’s summit for a rethink of strategies, it is time for us to unlearn and re-learn, to be properly in sync with the new, and foster a common industry thinking and interest towards a sustainable media advertising business”, he said.
“We have all worked so hard within our own space to build this trail within our advertising space, let us, all and sundry, gathered here today; make it a point to leave this summit with a rekindled fire to blaze that trail”, he commended the participants.
The AFRIMASS is a thought leadership and knowledge-sharing platform for Advertiser (Brands), Media Enterprise Owners, Content Creators, Digital Media professionals, Event originators, Media Business Executives, Journalists, Ad Agencies, Media Sales Practitioners, and seasoned industry professionals to develop and help empower practitioners on Media Revenue generation geared towards win –win in the Media Marketplace. |afrimass.com
Asakaa Movement in court? Did Jay Bhad Attack Kofi Jamar at Wizkid Live Concert?
Did Jay Bhad of the famous Asakaa Boys, at the just-ended Wizkid Concert in Accra, attack colleague Kumerican Artist Kofi Jamar backstage at the event?
Covered by the whole Wizkidlive show debacle, the incident between the two artists at the event did not catch the attention of the masses until Jay Bhad admitted to the attack on Kofi Jamar in a radio interview on 3TV network that he ‘checked on him’.
Before the incident at the Wizkid Concerting, the Ekorso hitmaker, in an interview on ABN Radio, Kumasi, posited that he birthed the drill genre in Ghana. The kerfuffle at the event was how the Asakaa Boys expressed their displeasure with the comment.
Contacting Kofi Jamar on the incident, he refused to comment on the incident, as he is currently promoting his new song, Plan B and preparing to drop another project. He mentioned that his team had contacted their lawyers and had advised them appropriately.
Kofi Jamar has released Plan B, enjoying rotation on radio and all other streaming platforms.
A claim of the Asakaa title should not start any unnecessary friction among the front runners of the Kumerica movement.