Samsung makes inroads in Ghana’s smartphone market
From: Kofi Adu Domfeh/Luv Fm/Ghana
October 31, 2012, 20:00 GMT
Samsung Electronics is recording strong sales on the Ghanaian market with its range of smartphones and tablets.
According to Emmanuel Owusu Kumi, Marketing Specialists for Samsung West Africa, the company is enjoying an average weekly sale of 3,000 handsets of the Samsung Galaxy S3.
He attributes the high patronage of smart phones to the growth in demand for the latest technology and mobile phone trends.
He was speaking to
Luv Biz Report
at a Kumasi sub-launch of Samsung’s latest devises, including the Galaxy Tab II.
Mr. Owusu Kumi says Samsung is keen on increasing its visibility and sales in Kumasi, following its success in Accra.
The product launch and exhibition was organized in partnership with JOBOST Enterprise to afford customers in Kumasi access to new range of Samsung products.
Manager Director of JOBOST, Job Osei Tutu, was enthused at the level of interest and potential sales for the smartphones.
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