It was indeed a night to remember and will forever go down memory lane as nine employees from Quick Credit, each walked away with a car.
The CEO and Founder of Quick Angels and Quick Credit Mr. Richard Nii Armah Quaye at an end of year forum with staff, said this year also marks his 10 years anniversary as an entrepreneur and it’s a perfect time to take them through his journey.
He said “I have marked a decade since the inception of Quick Credit and over six months at my new Company, Quick Angels and I must say it has been an overwhelmingly intriguing experience.
“With support from the Board, Management and Staff, we are very determined to take over the respective areas we serve Ghanaians and to travel beyond the shores of this country as we have even started.”
He added: “This year’s end of year dinner is a special one – marking ten years of a successful business, Quick Credit and barely a year of a thriving business Quick Angels and also other international partnerships we have signed and still seeking.
“We are on a transformational journey. Another transition phase will begin for Quick Credit next year and that will duly be announced officially. And for Quick Angels we will be signing more wonderful partners in addition to the 30 we have successfully signed.”
“This festivity is certainly the best time to reflect and celebrate the goodness of God to our various companies, our hard work in order to propel us to even do better in the coming years.
“We have done a lot in 2019, let’s prepare even bigger for 2020.I strongly believe 2020 will be that year where we will win some big and serious Adventures.”
‘’I have asked the leadership team both at Quick Credit and Quick Angels to be very focused on EXECUTION. Delivery is extremely important and delivery means following up, following through the process, taking ownership and also looking out for improvement. In 2020, Delivery must be FLAWLESS,” he concluded.
As a business entity, it was a perfect time to reflect on the goodness of God to the entire business.
The melodious choir were there to entertain audience.
The night also saw the best employee walking away with Gh 10,000.
In attendance were dignitaries such as CEO of EIB Network Bola Ray, Ceo of Pink Berry Ghana Kobby Awuah among others.
Quick Credit is a micro credit company licensed by bank of Ghana as a Micro Credit Institution under the Non-Bank Financial Institutions (NBFI) Act.
They have 21 branches in Ghana specifically Accra (13 branches) and Kumasi (8 branches) with their head office currently at Flamingo, Accra, opposite Susan Clinic while Quick Angels is the First Angel Investor Company in Ghana that seeks to support both potential and existing entrepreneurs as well as businesses that wants to scale up with equity funding.
Source: Daily Mail GH