Privately-owned distributor of high-quality sanitary ware, Haiflow SAL, in collaboration with Spain-Ghana Chamber of Commerce has hosted players in the building and real estate sector to an evening of wine and cocktail at its Spintex showroom in Accra.
It was a networking event to get its customers and housing stakeholders familiarized to its new range of household products.
Haiflow’s Sales Director, Tarik Ghazale, speaking to journalists at the event said the company is poised to play a leading role in Ghana’s building and interior décor space.
“We always strive to partner with the government from both the business standpoint and as our social responsibility. That’s why we’re always looking to reinvest more into the brand because we believe in the future of Ghana,” he assured.
“We’re working on all types of industry projects, from health care and education where we do a lot of school projects aside dealing in high end residential where have the products to support,” he added.
According to Mr. Ghazale, the real estate and construction sector is currently experiencing a boom and as dealers in household and décor accessories , they are ready to work with industry stakeholders to provide decent accommodation for both the high and low end of the housing market.
“Everybody deserves to have, you know, a decent place a decent living quarters, a decent sanitation system, and we are here to support in that. So I believe just to go back and conclude on your question. I think that Ghana can only go up upwards and I believe that hand in hand we can all strive to make it a better place,” he said.
Sales and Marketing Support Specialist at Haiflow, Mia Ghazale, said the of the event: “Today’s cheese, wine and design event, we basically invited architects, interior designers and real estate development companies to our showroom to mingle outside of their work environment,” she told journalists in an interview.
She added: “The idea is to interact, see what’s new in the country with the projects and to introduce to them our new product lines. It’s a sales activation as well, but we’re mostly doing it to get to know everyone that we might not know at the moment.”
According to Mia, the maiden networking event has been successful adding that it would be held regularly as a sales activation and customer engagement activity.