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Membership of the Ghana Hotels Association comes with a number of benefits, some of which are enumerated below:

Memberships

The association gives members a sense of belonging and creates opportunities for social and business networking

Represent

The association serves as a mouthpiece for members and the hotel industry in general, as well as an advocate for improved policies and regulations for the industry

Mediate

The association negotiates rates for statutory fees such as Business Operating Permit, Fire Certificate Fee, , Ghana Tourism Authority Licence Fee, and royalties for use of Audio-Visual works

45+ Years of Experience in Quality Hotelier Practice & Benefits

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Dr. Edward Ackah-Nyamike Jnr
PRESIDENT
The association assists members to deal with challenges that confront their operations (e.g. EPA saga)
Dr. Abraham Ahinful
1st Vice-President
The association is present in all regions of Ghana
Mrs. Juliet Taylor
2nd Vice-President
The association provides opportunities for members to learn more about hotel management practices; and also provides access to information relevant to the hotel industry
Ms. Ellen Gandaa
National Secretary
The association provides relatively easier access to statutory stakeholders of the hotel industry such as GTA, MMDAs, EPA, and other relevant organizations etc.
Mr Alaley Ishmael
Asst National Secretary
The association provides services to members such as payment of statutory fees, advertising and marketing (directory and website)
Mr. Philip Akey
National Treasurer
The association serves as a source of peer pressure for improved services and standards from members
Regent Godwin Kodzovi Ahadzi
Mr. Godwin Kodzovi Ahadzi
Financial Secretary
The association provides access to cheap sources of hotel supplies and accessories and also makes it possible for members to buy goods on credit

Mr. George Acquah

Mr. Nelson Ricky Adom

Mr. Kwame Appiah Danquah

Dr. Von LL Asigri

Our Constitution

THE CONSTITUTION (AS REVIEWED BY LAW FIRM) ARTICLE 1: NAME,...