Accra, July 31, GNA - Mr Pierre Andre Taulet, Managing Director of Society General-Social Security Bank (SG-SSB), on Friday said Ghana had a stable political and economic environment, making the country attractive to investors. He said the SG-SSG decided to invest in the country because of the people's desire to ensure stable social, economic and political environment.
Mr Taulet was speaking at a dinner dance organised by the Institute of Public Relations (IPR) as part of activities marking the celebration of the Institute's Week in Accra. It was under the theme: "Public Relations and National Stability." He noted that as a means of winning the confidence of investors, many countries created the impression that there were stability and economic growth but said: "The real investor goes behind the scenes and ascertains for himself what the real conditions are."
Mr Taulet said good governance and national stability were needed for the development of a nation, and urged public relation practitioners to ensure that peace and stability prevailed in their organisations He advised them to strengthen their communication techniques saying: "This is because employees form part of the audience with which any organisation must communicate in order to increase productivity and ensure the success of the organisation."
Mr Kojo Yankah, President of IPR, presented certificates of honour to 13 Associates Members.