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[av_textblock size='' font_color='' color=''] 5th Aug, 2015, Tema: Premium African Textiles Ltd (PAT), marketers of GTP range of products announced that 1,300 consumers of GTP fabrics had won various prizes for the month of July 2015 as part of the GTP OGA CONSUMER PROMOTION. It was...

Accra, July 3, 2015: GTP launches a new campaign dubbed ‘GTP Oga Consumer Promotion’. It is a three month campaign aimed at encouraging consumers (not Traders) to actively verify that the fabric they have purchased is indeed a genuine GTP product and therefore could be...

Former African wax print distributor, Queen Mother of Effiduase, Nana Konadu Yiadom, warmly honoured with GTP and Woodin fabrics. She appreciated recognition of her contribution to the business....

GTP stands for the best things about Ghana and her people. The designs and symbols on our cloth make powerful statements, signifying, preserving and celebrating our culture in ways that words alone could not achieve. ...

Many of us often wear outfits that are inappropriate for the office. This post brings some of them them to light to help readers correct their office fashion blunders in the future....

As PAT's Marketing Director Stephen Badu puts it, "the [mPedigree] technology would become a permanent mark of quality, distinguishing GTP's wares in a marketplace increasingly flooded by low quality fabrics."...

Do consumers prefer locally made textile to imported ones or vice versa, and what accounts for the choice? A study using survey data of industry, traders and consumers tries to explain the issue. The results show that most consumers prefer locally-made textiles to imported ones....

Five veteran employees who have collectively notched up 200 years of service to the GTP brand, were each recognised for their lifetime of service to TexStyles Ghana Limited as part of an annual ‘Long Service Award’ celebration in Tema....