KRIF Ghana Limited, a household brand in superior quality European stationery and accessories, has officially opened another sales shop at the Roman Ridge Shopping Arcade, to serve clientele staying around Airport Residential Area, Dzorwulu and beyond.
Executive Chairman of Krif Ghana, Rev. Kennedy Okosun, noted that despite COVID-19 changing the means of transacting business globally, research has shown that some customers still want to have a feel of the item and be sure of quality and also prefer a first-time face-to-face interaction with the persons behind the product hence the relevance of such a physical shop at the set location in times like these.
“In this era of COVID-19, one of the safety measures that have been adopted is less movement, therefore businesses have to be nearer to customers and as such in the next 12 months we would open another shop in addition to this in a different strategic location just to ensure we are nearer to the customer and afford the buyer an opportunity to have a feel of the quality of the product they are paying for.
Customers can still order for their goods online, we have an efficient online platform but customers who want to see the product and test it; like money counting machines are welcomed to our shops,” he said.
In stock at the new branch are stationary depot, office equipment, money counting machines, fire proof security safes and cabinets, among others from top European brands including Geha, Tesa, Diplomat, Fellowes, Pelikan, Magner and Olympia.
Head of Accra Business Unit, Krif Ghana, Philip Amedewu, indicated that the airport area is gradually becoming the headquarters of must corporate organizations in the country and as such Krif wants to bring its top-quality products closer to the customers within the enclave.
Rev. Okosun, further expressed that the surge in COVID-19 cases around the world again is worrying and therefore more stringent measures must be put in place. As such, Krif has made available several varieties of sterilizers including that for mobile phones, laptops, money counting machines, bags and larger equipment.
“These sterilizers can kill the coronavirus and other viruses, therefore sterilizing monies and money counting machines at the bank kills every virus that finds itself on the money and prevents spread of the virus,” he added.
He is therefore urging corporate organizations and businesses to endeavour to purchase sterilizers to protect equipment and surfaces in their office from being a host for the virus that will end up infecting staff and hindering business operation and growth.