By Alfred Dogbey
A delegation from a Ghanaian leading communication company, Strategic Communications Africa Ltd (Stratcom Africa) last Thursday, paid a courtesy visit to ‘The Herald’ office located at North Dzorwulu.
The visit was to show appreciations to The Herald, over its support and good relationship they have shared over the years. It was also to familiarize with the paper’s operations.
The delegation made up of four, was led by Mr. Kojo Williams, the communications manager at Stratcom Africa located at Asylum Down, along No. 28 Samora Machel Rd, in Accra.
They were received by the Managing Editor of The Herald, Larry-Alans Dogbey, and the editorial team of the paper, led by the News Editor, Abdul Razak Bawa.
The communications and management agency, which has become a household name and leader in the communication field in Ghana, is owned and run by Esther A. N. Cobbah, as its Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
With the dedication of using communication strategies as a means of enhancing performance, the Stratcom Africa, has had a good record of providing counsel on communication for top business organizations, both local and international firms across the country.
According to the Stratcom CEO, “Communication is a most powerful organizational tool, yet it is often sidelined by organizations even as they seek to pursue their goals amongst people they hardly communicate with.”
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