Asankrangwa ready to take over Western Region Entertainment


Stakeholders of Asankragwa Entertainment industry have been charged to promote and put light on creative personalities in the municipality especially talents in Asankragwa during an Industry stakeholders forum.

The open Forum which was held at Nana Tandoh Conference Hall (Melody Hotel) organized by Best Tape Entertainment at Asnkrangwa had key industry players present, Superintendent Daniel Anane Amoah from the Ghana police service who spoke on Public Order Act and reps from the Ghana Revenue Authority discussing Tax law.

The theme for the event was “Creating Opportunities for Growth and Public Unity Among Stakeholders” with guest speakers Possigee and Mixtic Romras.

Mixtic RomRas is a multiple award winning publicist/media marketer and branding expert who spoke on “how to unite stakeholders towards the growth of the industry”. In his submission, Mixtic highlighted how the Various stakeholders can function together in the Entertainment value chain to create opportunities for all.

He outlined some key points needed as a growing industry.

Discovery (research and information), Access (availability of the information and reach), Connect(build contacts and harmonize,), Proposals (sponsorship, partnerships, collaborations), Professionalism(honoring terms of agreements), Honesty(tangible reasons, truthfulness, no disappointment),Trustworthiness( believing in each other),Discipline( self discipline, no over reacting and abuse towards each other),Settlement (monetary benefits, win win deals),Loyalty from beneficiary (wanting to redo business again) were the value chains highlighted by Mixtic RomRas at the forum.

To climax the event,Top media personality in Asankrangwa, popularly called Sir Rich gave his remarks on the need for industry players within Wasssman municipality to invest their resources in young talents in Wassaman towards the growth of their industry and creating opportunities.

He also appealed to financiers to pay musicians for their services rendered when called on to perform.

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