THE Chartered Institute of Marketing, Ghana (CIMG) has honoured outstanding candidates from its maiden Professional Marketing Qualifications (PMQ) examinations.
The candidates were awarded for their impressive performance at a short ceremony in Accra.
The candidates, who have worked tirelessly and diligently to attain professional qualifications, received both single subject honours and rewards for completing specific pathways.
In all, 13 examinees were awarded for excellence and topping their various classes.
In his opening statement, the Consulting Director of Education, Adam Sulley, referred to the achievement as “the icing on the cake” for the deserving candidates after a long journey to the maiden exams.
“I think this is the time to pay attention to these products we are presenting today. It is good to get them into industry and integrate them properly,” he stated.
The candidates received certificates and different book prizes from EPP Book Services which be supported with marketing books for the various subject areas that the honourees excelled in.
A medical professional, Dr Bright Kyei Wiredu, emerged as the overall best student in Selling and Sales Management.
The most coveted awardee of the evening was Daniel Nomo, who swept awards and a plethora of book prizes from EPP Books Services.
He emerged as the best student in Strategic Marketing Management, Integrated Marketing Communications, Strategic Marketing in Practice and the overall best student in Pathway 5.