ABL Rewards the Winners of GCGL’S Tertiary Business Challenge

ABL REWARDS THE WINNERS OF GCGL’S TERTIARY BUSINESS CHALLENGE

22nd February, 2019

Accra Brewery Limited (ABL), a subsidiary of Anheuser-Busch InBev (ABInBev), the world’s largest brewer, has rewarded the winners of the maiden edition of Graphic Communications Group Limited’s (GCGL) Tertiary Business Sense Challenge.

ABL’s Director of Legal & Corporate Affairs, Ms. Adwoa Aaba Arthur, who rewarded each member of the winning team from the University of Cape Coast with hampers, said, “ABL’s support of the Tertiary Business Sense Challenge, and education in Ghana fulfils our commitment to invest in a Growing World where everyone has the opportunity to improve their livelihood”.

Ms. Arthur congratulated the winning team from the University of Cape Coast (UCC) for their hard work and admirable display of composure under pressure, and urged them on to persevere and strive for excellence in all aspects of their lives.

About the Tertiary Business Sense Challenge

The maiden edition of the Tertiary Business Sense Challenge was initiated by the Graphic Communications Group Limited with the aim to ensure that quality business content is delivered in all tertiary institutions. This competition is to improve general knowledge and appreciation of basic business concepts and principles, as well as develop a culture of business lifestyle.

Participating tertiary schools included the University of Ghana Business School (UGBS), which placed 4th; the University of Development Studies (UDS), who were in 3rd place; the Wisconsin University, which placed 2nd; and the University of Cape Coast who were the ultimate winners.

Accra Brewery Limited also supported the event by donating 140 packs of its nourishing true non-alcoholic malt beverage, Beta Malt in PET, and 10 cases of Beta Malt in Returnable Glass Bottles (RGB) as beverage sponsors of the Challenge.

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