Key Factors that Contribute to the Performance of Furniture Companies in Ghana

Kennedy Newton Nutassey, Isaac Agyei-Boakye, Ebenezer Quayson


The Furniture industry in Ghana is not developed to international standards. Traditional apprenticeships make up the majority of the industry. The furniture industry in Ghana is dominated by imported products. This study determined some of the factors that lead to the poor performance of furniture firms in Ghana. The performance of furniture firms in Ghana especially the small sized ones is hindered by limited creativity and innovation, and this results in few unique products, low ability to meet customers’ expectations, and poor performance. These challenges could be solved by engaging the services of more creative, skilled and competent staff.

Keywords: Furniture Industry, Ghana, performance.

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