TODAY THE COMPANY PROCEEDS AS THE PIONEER OF A PROLIFERATING MARKETING SECTOR.
MARKET LEADERS Kofi Ampong, Managing Director of property management company Broll Ghana, speaks to Sustainable Business Magazine about what it takes to beat the rest.
Broll Ghana, established in May 2006, was Ghana’s first formal property management services company. Three shareholders saw this gap in the market and committed to a joint venture with, in the words of Managing Director Kofi Ampong, “a prime objective of taking advantage of the lack of maintenance culture in Ghana”. The three shareholders 14 | SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS MAGAZINE
were Broll Property Group South Africa, Social Security and National Insurance Trust, and SIC Insurance Company and to achieve this objective Broll Ghana was established to offer a full suite of property management services including property management, brokerage, retail management, valuation, and facilities management.
Broll Ghana began it’s operations with just two clients and 62,000 square meters (Sq m) of real estate. This was managed by a team of six. Today, ten years later, a team of more than 140 people take responsibility for 22 clients and more than 291,000 Sq m of real estate: A total property value of USD$736 million. These