Haiflow SAL commits to support building, interior décor industry

BY: Elizabeth Nyaadu Adu
Tarik Ghazale (middle), the Sales Director of Haiflow, having an interaction with a guest at the event

Haiflow SAL commits to support building, interior décor industry

A household accessory firm, Haiflow SAL, has expressed its commitment to play a lead role in Ghana’s building and interior décor space.

The company said presently, the real estate and construction sector was experiencing a boom and as dealers in household and décor accessories, it was ready to work with industry stakeholders to provide decent accommodation for both the high and low end of the housing market.

The Sales Director of Haiflow, Tarik Ghazale, said this on June 2 in Accra at a wine and cocktail event dubbed: “Cheese, Wine & Design”.

“We always strive to partner with the government from both the business standpoint and as our social responsibility. That is why we are always looking to reinvest more into the brand because we believe in the future of Ghana,” he said.

“Everybody deserves to have a decent place, a decent living quarters and sanitation system, and we are here to support with that,” he added.


The Sales and Marketing Support Specialist at Haiflow, Mia Ghazale, said the event which hosted players in the building and real estate sector was to get its customers and housing stakeholders familiarise with its new range of household products.

“The idea is to interact, see what is new in the country with the projects and to introduce to them our new product lines. It is a sales activation as well, but we are mostly doing it to get to know everyone that we might not know at the moment,” she noted.

She added that the event would be held regularly as a sales activation and customer engagement activity.