June 12, 2016
Previous editions have hosted high profile individuals and corporate executives from brands including USAID, World Bank, MEST, Rancard, Ecobank, etc. This 4th edition is co-hosted with Impact Hub Accra and it consist of a keynote session, two panel segments, and opportunity presentation segment – a segment for unveiling unique opportunities for the youth in Ghana.
The theme for the meeting is “Branding and Marketing: Best Practices for Startup Companies”. One of the mistakes startup companies typically make in the early stages of development is overlooking the importance of marketing and branding their company image. There is no question that successfully marketing a new brand image is one of the greatest difficulties faced by a new company. Yet startup branding is also unquestionably one of the most important keys to the success of those companies. Not only will it help a company stand out from the crowd, it will also encourage customer loyalty and foster coherence within the company’s mission itself. Our objective is to give a platform to key players in the above fields to share their cutting edge branding & marketing best practices with attendees.
Panelists are as follows:
1. Rodney Quarcoo, Managing Partner, Magic Unltd (@RodneyQuarcoo)2.Emmanuel Gamor, Director of Innovation, Hub Accra (@eagamor)
3.Ruth Obih, CEO/Founder, 3Invest (@ruthobih)
4.Lenny Simmons, Co-founder, Clak Impressions (@kennykweku)
5.Jemila abdulai, Founder & Editor, Circumspecte (@jabdulai)
6.Princewill Omorogiuwa, Founder, 3rdFloor Digital (@po_omorogiuwa)
7.Kajsa Hallberg Adu, Co-founder, Blogging Ghana (@kajsaha)
8.Lakeshia Marie, founder, Ford Communications (Moderator
Nana Kwame Bediako, Founder, CEO, President and Founder, Petronia City and Wonda World (@petroniacity)
The meeting will be streamed live from venue. Visit SFAN to get more details and reserve tickets. Share your views with the hashtag: #FEBBM4