iBroker Ghana

HFC Bank trains staff on brand appreciation E-mail
Wednesday, 20 March 2013 11:51

HFC Bank, the most diversified financial institution in Ghana, has assumed a new image and identity with the aim and promise of delivering superior customer service at all times.

As the number one home loans provider in the country, HFC Bank embarked on a re-branding campaign last year to make its services more attractive and dynamic.

This year, the bank has already organised a two month training programme dubbed ‘Service Excellence and Brand Appreciation Training’ for its entire staff across the country to enable them to better understand the new image and corporate mantra ‘Possible Together’.

While focussing on ways of delighting the multiple customer audience, the training programme also aimed at reinvigorating the workforce of the Bank to exhibit excellent service to customers in the course of delivering on the brand promise.

HFC Bank believes that branding in the 21st century should be perceived beyond the physical edifice of the organization and rather focus more on communicating and spreading the brand message, seeking the interest of existing customers and acquiring new ones.


myjoyonline

 

Stocks at a Glance

Latest Events

No events
< December 2014 >
S M T W T F S
30 1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
28 29 30 31 1 2 3

You are here  : Home News & Market Information Local HFC Bank trains staff on brand appreciation


In 3 Simple Steps.

1. Fill out an online form
2. Print out completed form
3. Sign and mail form to CAL Brokers
Click here to open an account now...

Download i-Broker Terminal

Direct access to the Ghana Stock Exchange to place, buy and sell orders online!

Exclusive to iBroker


Click here to download terminal...

Trade online with i-Trade

Direct access to the Ghana Stock Exchange to place, buy and sell orders online!

Exclusive to iBroker

Click here to find out more...

 

Contact Us

CAL Brokers Ltd.
P.O. Box 14596
Accra, Ghana


Tel:       +233 302 680061-9
Fax:      +233 302 680081
e-mail:  [email protected]