Mr. Eric Kodi-Kodi
Eric Kodi-Kodi is a Director of Gold Hub Ghana (GHG) and Group CEO of M&C Group Global. A Master in Business Administration and an Associate in Business Studies, having over Forty (40) Years of experience in Administrative and Managerial responsibilities. An Innovator of Business Ideas and a passionate business developer for private business growth.
Eric Kodi-Kodi has strong inclination in the development of the manufacturing industry and bent on establishing non-existent industries in the Ghanaian business terrain, such as Heavy-Duty Equipment Assembly Plant (Bulldozers, Vibro-Rollers, Pipe-Layers etc. etc.), Car Headlights Assy Manufacturing Plant and Corned Beef Production Plant.
He was a member of the Ghana National Chamber Of Commerce And Industry (GNCCI) and chaired the General Trade Section in the Chamber for several years running. A strong Organizer of all Chamber Cocktail Events for all CEOs of Companies registered in the Chamber.
His exploits in Business, has taken him to Russia, Chelyabinsk Tractor Plant as their Local Representative in Ghana and West Africa. To India, KDR Industries, Manufacturers of Industrial Machines as their local Representative in Ghana and then recently to Guinea-Bissau as a Consultant for Business Innovation and Implementation.
His passion for politics took him into the terrain to go through Parliamentary Elections in the Fourth Republic.
He is an avid Writer with the penchant to create articles of motivation and some for tension relief. He has also spoken on various platforms for the enhancement of rudiments of business approach to invigorate business owners and starters as well in their efforts.
He sole-handedly re-organized the Ghana League Clubs Association to a full effect in the Eighties (1982 – 84).
He is one of the personalities who met in Winneba to introduce new reforms in Ghana’s Football policies.
He was one of the best and most beautiful goal scorers in Ghana’s First Division Football (now Premier) during his playing days in the Sixties and to the later part of the Seventies (1967-1978) when he hanged his boots.
He co-founded ZEBI FOOTBAL CLUB IN 1982.
He is married and has Six Children and Eight Grandchildren.