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Unlocked Series: Digital Tools For Startups on Feb. 1

iSpace foundation invites all startup founders to attend this years Unlocked Series to help you grow your business. Register early to book your seat. It is free!

Managing a startup is no easy feat. From the day that you had the idea behind your business to when you open the door, thousands of different tasks will require your focused attention. Finding tools that make things a little bit easier and a lot more efficient can be a serious game changer. With the right tools, you could even revolutionize profitability and start a whole new chapter in your startup’s life. Join this session with Muhammida to learn basic digital tools to help accelerate your startup.

About Speaker

Muhammida El Muhajir is a global brand/digital marketing and media consultant, entrepreneur and filmmaker with extensive international travel/study/work experience throughout Europe, Asia, Latin America, Caribbean, and Africa. 

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A previous Unlocked Series event at iSpace foundation

El Muhajir’s experience in technology includes a Fellowship with Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST) Incubator in Accra where she provided business development expertise to a portfolio of tech startups from Ghana and Nigeria and a position as Product Manager at Ringier, where she led the sales and digital strategy operations for the Ghana office of the global media company.

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Date: 1st February, 2019. Time: 4pm – 6pm

Venue: iSpace Foundation, No. 14 Otu Adzin Road Spintex

Register to be part of the Unlocked Series event, https://www.ispacegh.com/events


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EVENTS

My Business Friday with Dr. Esi Ansah, CEO of Axis Human Capital Ltd. on Aug. 25

My Business Friday is organized by the African Entrepreneurs Hub; A non-profit organization which encourages youth entrepreneurship in Africa.

Dr Esi Ansah speaks on Hiring the Right Way @ My Business Friday.

Join My Business Friday at the British Council this week. The people aspect of entrepreneurship is up for discussion with Dr Esi Ansah. If you want to know how to pick the right talent, attract good partnerships and retain excellent staff; then you can’t miss this session.

Dr Esi Ansah is lecturer teaching Human Resource Management, Leadership, Negotiation and Creative Problem-Solving and Organisational Behaviour at the Ashesi University, Ghana.

She is the founding partner and CEO of Axis Human Capital Ltd. and has managed the company, growing its client base and supports organizations in their development, providing business advisory services and recruiting high-calibre candidates for clients.

Through Axis, Dr Esi provides mentoring and career coaching to job seekers and young professionals in CV Writing, Interviewing Skills, Career Planning, Entrepreneurship, etc., and she’s also passionate about working with young students and professionals like you.

SEE ALSO |  My Business Friday with Dr. Esi Ansah, CEO of Axis Human Capital Ltd. on Aug. 25

Date: 25th August, 2017. 

Time: 6:00 p.m. 

Venue: British Council Accra, Ghana.

Click here to register https://goo.gl/forms/gHoZkMWeinXn8UQj1

You can also call to register: 0553240998

#MyBusinessFriday is free to attend.

MyBusiness Friday is a bi-monthly program organized by African Entrepreneurs Hub and focused on helping individuals with Startups and SME’s build their business knowledge through talks by subject matter experts and experienced entrepreneurs.


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