Mentorprenuer Organisation launches Business Expo 2017

July 5, 2017
Source: l Ghana
Mentorprenuer Organisation launches Business Expo 2017

The Mentorpreneur Organisation, in collaboration with the Achimota Retail Centre, has launched the first edition of the Mentorpreneur Business Expo.

The two-day event, which is scheduled for the 5th and 6thof August, 2017 will bring together over 200 small and medium scale businesses to showcase their products and services to a rich mix of decision makers, investors, corporate bodies, entrepreneurs, business leaders and consultants. The expo will also feature a live performance by eShun and a fashion show.

The Marketing and Events Consultant for the Organization, Emelia Ainooson, has explained that the expo will offer participants the unique opportunity to build brand awareness and maximize sales through an integrated and extensive marketing campaign and two - day exhibition.

The expo is strategically being held at the Achimota Mall with an estimated daily walk-in of 16,200 customers and 500,000 recorded walk-inn per month. This number is expected to quadruple on the day of the event offering exhibitors a wide market reach to network and close deals.

Miss. Ainooson also stated that the main focus of this event is exposure for small and medium businesses and promised that every participant to sign up for this event will be guaranteed maximum exposure.

Exhibitors shall be featured in the exhibition brochure which will feature all exhibitors, their contact details and a summary of their product / service offering.

Exhibitors will also receive an eexclusive interview at GH Media Studio and the opportunity to distribute corporate gifts/promotional materials.

The Mentorpreneur Organisation is a not – for – profit organisation aimed at inspiring economic sustainability through entrepreneurship capacity training and business ownership initiative.

They provide the mechanism and support needed for entrepreneurs and small businesses to connect, partner, share, inspire and multiply their contributions to solve economic problems.