Joyce Ababio Opens New Edifice in North Legon Today and Rebrands to ‘J.A.C.C.D Design Institute Africa’

Popular Fashion Designer and Entrepreneur Joyce Ababio, has further expanded her fashion college, the Joyce Ababio College of Creative Design (JACCD). Acquiring new space in North Legon, a suburb in Accra, Joyce Ababio has officially relocated from her former area close to the 37 military Hospital to a new ultra-modern building with more space for practical and academic training. The official opening of the facility to the public comes off today at 3pm. According to a representative from J.A.C.C.D, the move is part of rebranding efforts to align with the vision of the Founder Joyce Ababio which is to provide quality education in creativity through out Africa. The new building has the name ‘J.A.C.C.D Design Institute Africa’ boldly displayed on it.

The representative was delighted to share the vision of J.A.C.C.D Design Institute Africa’ with us. “We are rebranding and improving on our services to give our customers the needed up – to – date skills and training to succeed in today’s competitive world”, he said.

The new building boasts of a large auditorium, a professional photo studio, and enviable class room sizes for students.

Back then, Joyce Ababio College of Creative Design started as a creative design institution launched in 2013 in Accra, Ghana. It was established and ran as Vogue Style School of Fashion and Design for 17 years. Transitioning into Joyce Ababio College of Creative Design (JACCD) for the past years. It has remained an independent private institution with programs in Fashion Design, Graphic Design and Entrepreneurship.

The institution offers 6-month training in Graphic and Fashion Design; as well as short courses in Fashion Design Production, Textile Design and Production, Jewellery Design, Cosmetology and Photography, in a very conducive and serene environment.

By Jerry Wonder

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