Since its inception, the Garden and Flower Movement’s contribution to sustainability has been phenomenal. This year, Stratcomm Africa celebrated ten years of its mission to promote a greener, healthier, wealthier, cleaner, and a more beautiful Ghana.
The 10th-anniversary themed Growth Unleashed began from the end of August to early September with a range of spectacular activities at the Efua Sutherland Park. With a daily exhibition and networking session at the Efua Sutherland Children’s Park, all planned activities for the decade-old event were remarkable and worth remembering.
Here are a few highlights from Stratcomm Africa’s Ghana Garden and Flower Fashion Show 2022.
Stanbic Bank’s Unflinching Support
Stanbic Bank has been a major partner of the annual Ghana Garden and Flower Show. The bank strongly believes in Africa’s agricultural future, and partenring with Stratcomm Africa to promote the Ghana Garden and flower initiative is the bank’s way of creating awareness, unearthing opportunities, and exposing all to the health benefits derived from flora, fauna, herbs, vegetables, and spices.
According to Stanbic Bank’s relationship manager, the bank is prepared to continue its partnership for the long haul.
‘As a bank, Stanbic bank is well positioned to support agri business, one of the focus areas for the bank and indeed multicultural of which our gardens, our flowers all come from. We deem it a great privilege to be part of this important program for the past ten years. As a bank, this is the beginning for us. We want to support this program till eternity’.Mr. Yaw Njorgnab, Relationship Manager, Agribusiness Stanbic Bank
The fashion show was groundbreaking. On September 3, the best place for anyone to have been to have fun, release stress, and appreciate women and men doing great in the fashion Industry was the Children’s Park. The night was all
The runway beamed with colors, patterns, and styles as elegant models showcased the best outfits from top Ghanaian designers like Metakay, StudioKojo Kusi, Kojo Boadi, Simisa, Smoq by Afrique, and Bakers. And there was live music to play the part. Ria Boss, affectionately called ‘Cat Mama,’ a Ghanaian Burkinabe R&B soul female vocalist, came through with an intriguing performance that excited the audience.
Israeli Green Innovation Competition
The Israeli Green Innovation Competition was organized a day after the fashion show. The competition had Mary Aboagye, CEO of AiScarecrow Technologies, emerge as the winner out of other competitors. AIscarecrow technologies are mainly into crop protection, with their innovative mechanisms bridging the gap between technology and pest control. They
As the winner of the 4th edition of the Israeli Green Innovation Competition, Mary Aboagye was awarded a fully paid trip to Israel to partake in conferences and network sessions to gain knowledge and build connections that can help her grow the business.
The show was too good it had to be extended for two more days just for patrons who couldn’t get enough to network, shop, and enjoy the best of Ghana’s horticultural, art and entertainment industries.
Here are some more photos from the event.
Written by Ankomah Faustina Afrakomah
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