Broll Ghana marks 15th Anniversary with new logo and mantra
Broll Ghana Limited, the country’ and biggest property company today held its 15th anniversary launch themed: 15 years of progressive partnership in Ghana’s real estate industry’ in Accra.
Speaking at the launch of the anniversary, the Board Chairman of Broll Ghana, Rev George Amoako-Nimako, said for him, today is an emotional day because the things they planned years back have come to pass and the vision is growing bigger.
“Our company has indeed grown and continues to grow in the face of myriad of challenges in the general economy as well as our particular sector. We have been able to cement our reputation as the brand of choice for sterling property management and related services,” he said.
According to him, the past 15 years has been a period of learning and delivery. “We expect that the years ahead will see a higher level of performance because we have learned our lessons very well.”
Group CEO, Malcolm Horne who joined the launch virtually noted that Broll Ghana is a proficient organization like none other in the property services sector in Ghana with a continental and international reach and making a meaningful impact in the professional property sector across the continent.
According to him, for the past 15-years the company has grown tremendously but nevertheless there is still so much to do.
Mr Kofi Ampong, the past CEO whilst giving his goodwill message urged management to use the media as conduit to advocate Broll Ghana Limited.
During his address, CEO of Broll Ghana, Mr. Tony Sekyere noted that celebrating 15 years in this challenging environment is no mean feat. “It is a significant milestone that is worth celebrating”.
According to him, Broll Ghana is the coming together of three entities; Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT), SIC Insurance Company (formerly called State Insurance Corporation) and Broll Property Group.
The aim of the creation he said was to have an organization that could deliver an integrated and professional approach to real estate services and primarily address the lack of maintenance culture that existed in the system at the time and offer to the market, a full spectrum of property related services.
At the time of commencement, the company had two main services: property management and facility management but over time, it has introduced other service offerings.
Broll Ghana has become a multi-disciplinary professional service firm providing services in core areas such as shopping centre management, property brokery, corporate real estate, evaluation and advisory, market research as well as facility and project management.
From a staff strength of six at inception, the company now has over a151 employees with representations in other regions of Ghana.
“At Broll we choose to see ourselves as teenagers and in typical fashion of a teenage experience, we want to be exuberant. As we now face the millennial future, we want to do it with innovation, adventure and promise,” Sekyere noted.
According to him, even though the current market faces several disruptive trends because the current pandemic with digital transformation now dictating the way businesse is done, the company’s new phase will be underpinned by digital and online transformation.
He said that the company will introduce a new aspect of its bespoke management software called ‘Broll Vantage’ which will raise the technology bar to a new level of transparency and flexibility, cost savings and value creation.
The highlights of the anniversary celebration to be rolled out throughout the year will include industry engagement, industry trends, knowledge trends in the markets, cooperate social responsibility initiatives, staff appreciation events, continued sponsorship award of best graduating student in real estate from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and a thanksgiving service in December 2021.
The company unveiled its new logo and mantra which reads ‘progressive property people’
By Theodora Aidoo