Calli Ghana participated in a three-day exhibition held to culminate the farmer’s day celebration at the college of health in Kintampo in the Brong Ahafo region on the 2nd to 4th of November 2016. The aim of the exhibition was to bring together all industries, groups, association and etc that had a stake in agriculture in Ghana.
These stakeholders included, farmers (both crops and animal farmers), Agric Imput dealers, farm equipments distributor, manufactures of locally made soaps, food items and drinks, banks, governmental bodies and etc to showcase their products and sell their ware to the general public.
Calli Ghana displayed various products line from 2 booths at the exhibition. One side was for agrochemicals and the other booth for sprayers and mist blowers. Three pull up banners (Calli, Amazone and Banzai) were displayed in the Calli Booth and whiles two banners and Akate Brafo poster were used to line the booth to draw the attention of people who visited the exhibition.
In all 35 exhibitors showcased their goods and services and about 110 and 150 people visited the fair on the first and second day respectively. These people visited most booths and to learn about the various products on display. Representing Calli at the three day exhibition was Daniel Attivor, the business development manager, Henry Asabre the cocoa manager, Prince Baafi -Yeboah the commercial farm promoter, Emmanuel Boateng, the territory sales promoter for Brong Ahafor region and Mary Lawson the marketing and communications officer.
Calli Ghana had about 15 people visiting the stand on the first day and 80 people on the second day asking questions about the products and their uses and about 130 people stopping by the stand to make a purchase, ask questions or commend the products of Callighana. All of Calli’s range of products were presented at the exhibition these were; Akate Brafo Banzai, Viper, Ivory, Kalach, Pyrical 5G, Cypercal, Deltacal, assorted seeds, PPE kits, and irrigation kits and etc.
Visitors received leaflets of products and call cards so as to be able to read about the products as well as get in touch with Calli once there is a need for Calli’s products.
The President of Ghana, His Excellency John Dramani Mahama and his entourage on their tour through the exhibition stands made a stop at the Calli Booth. Mr. Ativor took him through the products displayed and especially introduced the president to Akate Brafo, Calli’s new Cocoa Insecticide for Mirids (Akate). The president spent some time at the Calli stand asking questions about how Akate Brafo is applied and the various sprayers that were on display. After he thanked the team and proceeded on his tour to other stands.
The three days’ exhibition and awards ceremony came to an end with the Calli team interacting and educating all persons who came to the Calli Stand as well as introducing the new products (Banzai, Akate Brafo and Biozyme) to them.