Ghana’s leading gold dealership firm, Menzgold Ghana Limited, has continued with its global expansion plans and have opened its United Kingdom branch in London last Sunday, July 15, 2018.
Leading figures from some of the world’s powerful commodities trading (commerce), investment banking, insurance, realty and media in the English capital attended the launch in the business district of Mayfair.
Prominent political figures from the United Kingdom and Ghana are also grace the event which was held in the first office of Menzgold in London.
The event, as many have described attracted the glitterati from the African business community as the success story of the firm has taken hold on the continent.
With the constant and insatiable demand for gold supply among major global investors, setting up of the London office will directly address the needs of Europe’s investment and business capital.
The launch of the London office is expected to reduce the prospect of potential investors traveling to Ghana to purchase gold while boosting the confidence of gold dealers who are seeking trustworthy companies to trade with.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Menzgold, Nana Appiah Mensah, before Sunday’s event, revealed that the move to open the office in London is to further boost investor confidence and to usher the business to the doorstep of prospective clients, global associate and existing patrons.
“We are very excited about the opening of our London office as England represents one of the top business hubs in the world. We feel challenged by the prospect of rubbing shoulders with the best in the business world,” Nana Appiah Mensah said ahead of the launch.
The Ghanaian start-up, which has attracted thousands of loyal customers after five years of flawless work in the West Africa, will seek to tap into another major market in Europe.
The business started five years ago and has been touted as one of Ghana’s most successful companies.
See exclusive photos of the opening of MenzGold London below; Photo credit to Aklass Official.