Enterprise Life rewards best Life Planner with car

BY: Kweku Zurek
Mr Stephen Kwame Amemakakpor (behind the wheel) with his family.
Mr Stephen Kwame Amemakakpor (behind the wheel) with his family.

Mr Stephen Kwame Amemakakpor, an insurance broker with KEK Insurance Brokers has been named the Best Life Planner for the year 2019 at the Enterprise Life Planners Awards 2020.

Mr Amemakakpor who was also named the Best Broker emerged tops of a list of 200 high-performing staff of Enterprise Life who were rewarded for their stellar results in the year 2019 at a ceremony on Friday in Accra.

He was presented with a plaque, a certificate and a Hyundai Grand i10 vehicle by the management of the company including the Managing Director of Enterprise Life Mrs Jacqueline Benyi and the Group Chief Executive Officer of the Enterprise Group, Mr Keli Gadzekpo.

Shortly after picking up a plaque, certificate and car key at the ceremony, Mr Amemakakpor said he will use the vehicle to further promote the brand of Enterprise Life.

"Thank you so much for acknowledging my hard work. If today I stand here with a car key in my hand I deem it a great honour bestowed upon me and my colleagues by Enterprise Life," Mr Amemakakpor said.

"I promise that this branded car will not be used for luxury but to promote the company and to touch more lives. On behalf of the Life Planners I wish to say a big thank you to Enterprise Life".

He also dedicated his new vehicle to the management and customers of Enterprise Life.

Other winners

A total of 200 Enterprise Life staff from the eastern, western and northern sectors of the country and brokers were rewarded.

The best ten staff who were rewarded certificates, plaques and assets ranging between GHS 5000 and GHS 10,000 included Mr Amemakakpor, Isaac Danso-Kumi, Thomas Kweku Adanse, Akua Pokuah and Yvette Nana Akua Akuffo Addo.

The rest are Thomas Nseakyure, Jacob Jackson, Isaac Kojo Adu, Samuel Amu Ampah and Alfred Ebo Johnson.

Enterprise prepared for COVID-19

Mr Gadzekpo in an address before the awards were handed out said the COVID-19 pandemic had provided the company with the opportunity to further engage its clients through technology.

He said Enterprise through its visionary leadership was on the path to digitization before the outbreak of the pandemic in Ghana.

He said: "I think it's fair to say that COVID met Enterprise well on the way to digitizing, so for us it has almost been a continuum but a bit more with an increased pace.

"Our company is a forward-thinking one and we will continue exploring and using digital transformation tools to enable you to become even better in your role as our front liners and Life Planners and you need to do is to embrace and use the tools that you have been given".