Prestigious antique furniture interior decor company, Jamila Home emerged tops in the maiden Responsible Business & Leadership Excellence Awards held in Accra on Friday night.
The top honour (Responsible Interior Firm of the year) was in recognition of the company's luxurious art and professional services to customers and maintaining its high standards in antique furniture and other products.
Lead Executive at Jamila Home, Madam Julie Ann Margaret Zoobi, who together with other staff of the company received the award and a citation described it as befitting.
She said in a post-event interview "This is indeed a befitting recognition. We have been on the scene for a few years but the records show that we have impacted many offices, homes, palaces, churches and other places.
"This award goes to show that the organizers are really monitoring our activities, it will urge us on to go the extra mile in our operations."
She added "We dedicate this award to all our hardworking management and staff. We are grateful to the organizers for rewarding our hard work."
Jamila Home offices span over 3200-square-metre marble stone edifices, located at Westlands and Christian Village-Dome road in Accra.
The fast-growing company deal in artistically iconic interior and exterior decor, antique furniture with 18karat gold plated touches, 3D wallpapers and ceiling designs.
The well-organized event was themed "Leading the field in sustainability, culture and social impact through responsible business operations" and graced by Her Excellency Kati Csaba, Canadian High Commissioner to Ghana.