About the Graphic Communications Group LTD.
History of GCGL
Graphic Communications Group Ltd (GCGL) was established in the Gold Coast as a private business in 1950 by the Daily Mirror Group of Britain. At that time, the company was named the West African Graphic Company Limited.
Cecil Harmsworth King Jr, who was in charge of the Daily Mirror Group’s West African operations, was the founder chief executive of the company.
The company appointed Martin Therson-Cofie, a Ghanaian, as the first editor of the Daily Graphic and later The Sunday Mirror, which is now The Mirror.Click Full History button below for our complete history.
MISSION | VISION
Our Vision is to be a dominant media group.
To empower our audience and customers everywhere with authentic information and excellent products through visionary leadership and strong brands.
Our Corporate Values
We're driven by these values in all our endeavours
Exhibit ProfessionalismWe will set high standards for ourselves, maintain credibility and exhibit a high level of integrity and independence.
Respect For All
Respect For AllWe will treat everybody with dignity, tolerate everybody's views and apply the rules equitably - everybody matters.
Commitment to Excellence
Commitment to ExcellenceWe will strive for superiority in the marketplace. We will provide a high quality of service
Working As A Team
Working As A TeamWe can achieve superior results by working together. We will recognize the contribution by each member. We serve our customers better by serving each other.
Environmentally ConsciousWe will take the environment into account in the way we operate. We will be a responsible organization when it comes to taking care of our environment.
Executive Management Team
Meet the members of GGCL's executive management team. Click on a see profile for more information on each.
GCGL's reputation has over the years served as a benchmark for other companies.
State-of the-art technology
We are always the pacesetters in the application of new printing technology in the newspaper and printing industries in Ghana. Currently, we use the computer-to-plate technology (which cuts out film in the printing process) and were the first to use this technology in Ghana.