Let’s change the narrative with one voice- Bloombar CEO
Co-founder of Bloombar, one of Ghana’s finest nightlife lounges, restaurants, and clubs, Kofi Adjei Maafo, has urged colleagues in the hospitality business to adopt the "one voice" culture to change the perception of the hospitality industry in Ghana.
According to him, the vision is to change the narrative and perception of how people view hospitality services in Ghana. He recommended that the industry stakeholder come together to uphold the standard of purity and sustain the cultural richness and diversity associated with Ghanaian interests.
Speaking at the soft launch of Bloombar’s fifth-anniversary celebrations, Mr. Adjei Marfo commended some of the leading forces in the hospitality industry for keeping up to a standard of service with one voice and suggested that the industry identify its power in unity.
Recounting the five-year journey of Bloombar, he narrated how tedious it has been to get investors and support from corporate Ghana, which used to have a perception against the hospitality industry, "Now the financial institutions call us establishments, not just bars, and they chase us to patronize their services. We are so powerful when we come together and listen to each other. In Accra, we are one voice."
The launch took place on Thursday at Bloombar in the presence of both the founders Kofi Adjei Maafo and Keith Edem Aweke and other hospitality founders from Garage, Oliver Twist. In attendance were King Promise, Jason EL A, and some astute personalities in the country.
As part of Bloombar’s fifth-anniversary celebration, BlueChip has rolled out an exclusive lineup of events dubbed ‘December with Bloombar’ to elevate the December in Ghana initiative by the ministry of tourism and culture.