Multiple Quests Limited, has launched its 10th anniversary celebration at a short ceremony in Accra.
The company which specializes in building and installation of Carports, has recently branched into several other related areas including events planning and organizing, aluminum fabrication and installation, PVC, Security doors.
From a very humble beginnings with a single client n 2007, Multiple Quest can now count over 300 clients, among which are major institutions like the Bank of Ghana, some key Ministries, some Members of Parliament, past and present Ministers of state, among others.
Managing Director of the Company, Mr. Gift Denyo attributed the success of the company over the years to the grace of God and the practice of sound business principles.
‘’Ten years of operating solid business founded on sound principles and Godliness and coming this far hasn’t been easy. There were fears as to whether we were going to survive it, there were those who deliberately discouraged us from making progress. In fact, some clients even refused to pay for our services even though they appreciated what we did for them,” Denyo stated.
Highlighting the challenges of the company over the last ten years, he mentioned the absence of skilled labor as chief among them.
“Commitment of staff was also very low. It took us a while before we made progress. Financial Institutions looked down upon us with disdain but despite these challenges, we took pains to train novices to become masters of the acts and today we can boldly lay claim to the fact that one of our own trainee is the one heading the technical department of Multiple Quest,” he stated.
He said “it is true when they say ‘no business succeeds without challenges’ because I am a living witness to this. We have gone through a lot as a company, a challenge that intensified in the last three years but we trusted God and He didn’t disappoint us”.
As part of the 10 years anniversary celebration, staff of Multiple Quest will in the next six months, organize clean up exercises in Accra, donations to the less privileged, police stations, and also pay visits to some selected hospitals, among others.
“We are going to impact our society and beyond.
“We believe it is the society that has made us who we are today and we shall not leave them behind in this celebration,” he stated.
Source: Jeorge Wilson Kingson || ghananewsonline.com.gh