The Media General Group, owners and operators of TV3, 3FM, Onua TV, Onua FM, 3news.com, Connect FM, Akoma FM and Adesa Productions Limited (APL), have given word to their clients and potential clientele that they will receive an increased value for their money.
Management of the Group, led by Group Chief Executive Officer (GCEO) Beatrice Agyemang Abbey disclosed during a working visit to Bayport Savings and Loans in Accra that clients will this year get more than they will pay for.
Mrs Abbey acknowledged and expressed appreciation to all stakeholders in the business mix, including clients and promised enhanced value.
“Our corporate success is very much dependent on our key stakeholders and so for us, our focus this year is to give double value to our clients in service delivery, in our productions, in our transmissions, in everything we do,” she assured.
The visit was an avenue for the two companies to discuss strategies of mutual benefits, a move MG Group look forward to soon.
“We like to listen to our clients we like to get feedback from you. We should work on things that people can relate to,” she noted.
CEO of Bayport Savings and Loans Nii Amankra Kwashie Tetteh said his firm’s focus is to promote a savings culture in Ghana by introducing innovative strategies that will encourage the unbanked population.
“When you look at all the African countries and you rank them, we are right at the bottom when it comes to people who save generally,” he observed.
Bayport Savings and Loans has about 60 outlets across all 16 regions and has been in business for 16 years.