Thank you for being our customer!


Thank you for being our customer!


The month of January 2015 marks exactly 3 years since we formally started Hapaweb Solutions. The last 3 years has been an adventure for us, full of ups and downs. We have been able to succeed because you have been with us and gave us the privilege of serving you.

We truly value your patronage of our services and appreciate your trust in us. Counting you among our customers is something for which we are especially grateful and proud of. In this time of gratitude, we wish to express our profound thanks to our very first customers namely Alliance Franchise, the British Council Ghana, Prempeh College, Yaa Asantewaa Girls Senior High School, St Louis Girls Senior High School and Google Ghana for their confidence in us at the very beginning.

We also wish to thank Enablis Ghana, UT bank, Accra Brewery Limited, Voltic and Pearson Education for the wonderful support they provided last year. Our biggest thanks goes to every single one of our 426 current customers. We are where we are today because of you!

We know we have not always been the best of service providers, yet we are committed to work hard to be your preferred service provider for Website design, Bulk SMS and Google Apps for Work/Education. To enable us provide you better services, we will be extremely grateful if you will complete our less than 3 minute survey, which will provide us with insight into areas we can improve on to provide you with better services.

Finally, we are happy to offer you a 25% discount on any of our website or SMS services during the months of January, February and March as a token of our appreciation for your being our customer.


Gideon, Ben and Albert,

Co-founders – Hapaweb Solutions

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