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Fidelity Bank PLC Strengthens Partnership with Graphic Communications Group Limited for Mutual Benefit

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Fidelity Bank PLC, an indigenous bank in Ghana, has expressed its desire to strengthen its relationship with Graphic Communications Group Limited (GCGL) for mutual benefit. The bank’s Director, Inclusive Banking, Esi Mills-Robertson, led a delegation to pay a visit to the Editor of Graphic, Theophilus Yartey. During the meeting, the bank congratulated Yartey on his appointment and discussed areas of mutual business interest.

According to Ms Mills-Robertson, Fidelity Bank understands that businesses, regardless of their resources, cannot thrive in isolation, and hence the need to build partnerships that would help sustain them. She stated that the bank was keen on leveraging the professionalism, credibility, and experience of Graphic to build synergies that would benefit the partnership. “We have worked together before and we want to strengthen that relationship. We are open to partnerships that will benefit both of us, and you can always count on our support,” she assured Yartey.

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In response, Yartey expressed appreciation for the visit and promised that Graphic Communications Group Limited would work closely with Fidelity Bank PLC to achieve mutual interests. He acknowledged the competition in the media landscape but expressed his confidence in the experience and expertise of Graphic to maintain its leadership position. “As leaders in the market, we are aware of the competition in the business, but we have the experience and the expertise, and we are not taking anything for granted,” he said.

Mr Yartey further revealed that despite the competition, Graphic was facing on all fronts in the media landscape, it had maintained its leadership and would continue to leverage its experience and expertise to remain the market leader. “We also acknowledge that the success of business initiatives is all about relationships and partnerships. That is why as Graphic, we are happy to have Fidelity Bank on board,” he said.

The meeting ended on a positive note, with both parties expressing their willingness to work together for mutual benefit.

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