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REDGH holds corporate networking event for real estate developers

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Adnan Adams Mohammed
REDGH, Ghana’s premier Real Estate networking organization has hosted and celebrated over 450 Ghana Real Estate players at its maiden corporate networking event at the Cahaya Lounge, East Legon.
The overwhelming attendees included many top Ghanaian and international companies with their representatives including; Devtraco Plus, Sylprin, Oracle, Egypt Air, Mcdan Group, Cameo 1 Group, Ghana Association of Real Estate Brokers, NIB, TCP. Cahaya Lounge. Donewell Insurance.
Mr Augustine Ewiah, CEO of REDGH provided the audience with great insight of the organization.
RED Events continues to grow in stature and popular in other countries and its considered a “must attend” event.

Mr Prince Adu Afful, CEO of Sylprin spoke on solar, Mr Samuel Addotey Asare of AfroAsian Reinsurance Brokers spoke on Insurance and Mr George Anti Ohene of Oracle Ghana spoke on Smart Homes.

The next event is scheduled to be on the 7th March, 2019, under the theme “Real Estate and its impact on Tourism in Ghana”. It will be a collaboration among Ministry of Tourism, Ministry of Lands & Housing, Egypt’s Embassy, Morocco Embassy and Kenya Embassy
REDGH is committed to supporting, connecting and promoting executives and professionals, companies brand in real estate and development industry.
Its mission is to stimulate business growth by facilitating the formation of some of the most advantageous relationships in real estate industry. REDGH offers branding opportunities, exposure, expansion and dedicated to inspire and advance entrepreneurs. Every event highlights a keynote speaker from prominent industry leaders. After sharing brief career building, they join attendees to mingle and network.

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