Dynamic Inventions Center, a nongovernmental organization in the Upper West Region over the weekend staged a business fair that saw a wide number of businesses showcasing their products to the public at the four courts of the regional coordinating council.
The organization which seeks to provide high impact customer focused and sustainable concepts and service options using innovative approaches, aligns their operation systems and policies with the nature of people and the way they administer their businesses, culture and indigenous knowledge.
The business fair was the third of its kind initiated since 2015 including the implementation of information technology exhibitions, bringing together software developers, networking professionals, mobile app developers and dealers in computers and accessories.
The organization has over the years also instituted brain power contests in primary and junior high schools in the municipality.
Speaking at the weekend fair, one of the partners and also a participant Mara Closet said she was impressed with the turnout because the earlier exhibitions were not well patronized.
She told the business clientele not to get discouraged because they did not make many sales but they should see the networking aspect of their business as key in growing their prospective customers.
Some other participants who also took their stands included Vodafone Ghana, MTN and dealers in motorbikes, agro food processors, tailors and dressmakers, weavers as well as satellite dealers.