Business News of Wednesday, 15 May 2019
Source: Emmanuel Oscar Ugoh
With tech-startup firms leading the way in branding, customer relations management and conveniently changing the way we access products and services, Ghana isn’t left out.
The country can boast of tech startups that are leading the way in modernization.
Homechow Food App came into the market in 2018 and has become known by many of its enthused customers to be delivering delicious meals, in innovative packaging. These operations have been fuelled by noble use of technology and a delivery coverage of over 35 locations.
The CEO took to a personal blog to announce some expansions.
Via a link published on the company’s Social Media, Mr. Gabriel Ankamafio wrote to the customers.
“Homechow App has had a lot of growth and unparalleled development in the food-tech scene in Accra. The share amount of requests made from customers in areas we aren’t delivering yet has brought on new and exciting challenges which we are at full speed building solutions to address.”, he affirmed in the first paragraph of his note.
Hinting on an expansion in the company’s future, Mr. Ankamafio said, “We are moving at lightning speed to make the Homechow food App the go-to food app out there through newly to be released services that will cover the entire of Accra and beyond.”
Speaking further on Homechow App poise to bring it’s change to the ever-evolving food-tech industry and carving it’s share of the Ghanaian market, the Chief Executive of the company urged customers to “Expect amazing CRM solutions and app features combined with a great line-up of brand marketing and partnerships which would be announced in the coming weeks”.
This announcement seems to solidify Homechow App’s position as a leader in the indigenous tech space and it’s aim of providing answers and solutions through taking advantage of this century’s technological expansions.
Mr. Gabriel Ankamafio signed off his message by urging costumers to stay tuned for the exciting unveiling of an expanded Homechow food App.