Interview of Melissa Mensah, Editor and Founder of AccraPremium on TV3's "Today's Woman, hosted by Audrey Selormey.
A peek behind the scenes.
Delta Air Lines recently hosted a private cocktail reception to celebrate the launch of their new flatbed service available on flights to Accra.
Flying from Accra to New York JFK is now even more relaxing with Delta. BusinessElite® features new 180 degree fully flat-bed seats with direct aisle access from every seat, and there's now a personal entertainment screen for every Economy Class seat, with hours of TV, film and music to suit all tastes.
Here's what you can look forward to:
• 180 degree fully flat-bed seat with direct aisle access
• PC power and USB port
• State-of-the-art on-demand digital entertainment, with 10.6 inch screen
• Noise-reducing headphones
• Westin Heavenly® In-Flight Bedding
• Tumi® amenity kit
In Economy Class, you'll find an advanced new touch-screen digital entertainment system right at your seat. Choose from hundreds of movies, TV shows from HBO® and Showtime®, and playlists for whatever music you like.
• New personal entertainment screen
• All leather seats
• Complimentary in-flight dining
So let business meet pleasure, or let us tailor your personal travel to you.
Fly in comfort with Delta.
Wishing you Safe and Smoooth Flights - Melissa XOXO
Ever dreamed of owning a new Volkswagen?
For a limited time, Universal Motors, the official Volkswagen dealership here in Ghana is offering special pricing on their range of vehicles. Hurry in and take advantage of the amazing offers in their showroom. For more info call: 0544 33 88 01
AccraPremium is pleased to announce our new collaboration with FashionistaGH. Together, we will now video capture for our readers the finest events, products and hospitality destinations in Accra. YAYYY!!
Below, please enjoy images from last night's lovely launch of international luxury brand Hermes at the FIfth Avenue Boutique located in the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel.
For a long time, interest in the global luxury market has been confined to Asia; after all, the region is set to account for over half of the luxury goods market in the next decade, according one estimation. But, as Africans become wealthier, leading luxury brands are starting to eye the continent. So which labels are set to be trailblazers and what are the challenges ahead? Read More Here on African Business Magazine.com
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