Catherine Oduro, Board Member and Hajia Hanatu Abubakar, Investor Support Services Manager received the award on behalf of the Ghana Free Zones Board

Ghana Free Zones Board (GFZB) received the International Star for Leadership Award in Paris

Ghana is the gateway to West Africa, opening up to one of Africa's biggest markets.

GFZB from Ghana receives the ISLQ Award in Paris. From left to right: Catherine Oduro, Board Member, Jose E. Prieto, President of BID, Hajia Hanatu Abubakar, Investor Support Services Manager and Craig Miller, President of the QC100.
The Ghana Free Zones Board (GFZB) received the International Star for Leadership Award in Paris during the ISLQ Quality Convention 2014 from BID, Business Initiative Directions. This international recognition serves to encourage those award winners to continue on their path to continuous improvement and use the QC100 TQM to guide development within the organization.

This Government agency is designed to encourage export-led development by providing infrastructure and services to investors in the free zone. Ghana is the gateway to West Africa, opening up to one of Africa's biggest markets. ImarPress, official sponsor of the award ceremony, published the news in several editions and its edition of GPerson magazine featured the photograph of the GFZB delegates receiving the award, taken on site by Imarpress photographers, and published the news of the award presentation.

Catherine Oduro, Board Member and Hajia Hanatu Abubakar, Investor Support Services Manager, received the award on behalf of the Ghana Free Zones Board, which has achieved a platform for providing local and foreign investors a area in which to develop, creating jobs and generating income. Ghana an ideal business destination with two sea ports serving land-bound neighboring countries.