Fashion council Ghana was registered as an organisation on the 22nd May 2014 and incorporated as a business on the 29th May 2014.
The council was registered by the following. Herman Ofori Macmillan who is the president, Adi Plahar vice president, and Shirley Anku head of communication. They later on added Makeba Boateng as their secretary.
Herman Ofori Macmillan comes with over 25years experience in the fashion industry in Ghana. Adi Plahar have been in the Ghanaian fashion industry for the past 22years winning various awards.
Shirley Anku had been one of Ghana's biggest fashion exports to the western world in terms of modeling, and Makeba Boateng is a fashion designer whose strength had been on research for the past decade.
Fashion council Ghana s mission is to enable all industry players to contribute towards the development and the growth of the thriving fashion industry in Ghana to be an organized, functioning and reputable industry both locally and internationally.
Their vision is to educate, encourage, protect and create job opportunities to improve the standard of fashion in Ghana.
Their objective is to create a standard by which all industries working under fashion should abide in order that the industry may have structure, growth and is profitable for all in fashion and it's collective industry.
The council has been working for the past 2years doing research and collecting data. They have created a board and will be inviting industry heavy weights to constitute the board. They have an education a nd research committee, a finance committee, a legal committee and a creative committee on the board.
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