The first edition of the Africa media Ad Sales Summit is due to take place in Accra - Ghana. The summit is the first of its kind in Africa and promises to influence media sales in Ghana and beyond.
The maiden edition of Afrimass is anchored on the liberalization of the Ghanaian media landscape, the increase in the number of communication channels and the media revenue gab.
The summit is intended to start a conversation on media sales by industry players and offer practical solutions in media and revenue generation.
The summit, themed, “the future of Media Sales” prospect, challenges and the opportunities is scheduled to take be held on Friday June 28th 2019 at Alisa Hotel-Accra, from 9:00am to 5pm.
The summit will host very experienced and astute speakers as well as industry personalities like Emmanuel Odoom -General Manager Vizuem Ghana, Bright Ladzekpeo–Country Director, PHD Ghana, McBen K Adu Asamoah–CEO, Prime Network Ltd, Mariam Agyeman- Buahin –Head of Digital Banking & financial inclusion- Standard Chartered Bank Limited, Kojo Appiah – CEO, BTL Africa, Maximus Ametorgoh – Digital Marketing Strategist/ CEO Popout Ghana) and Jesse Agyepong- Managing Partner@ Afiba Consulting, Brand Consultant and your summit moderator – Ruddy Kwakye, CEO of Rave Group
Mr` Raymond Smith, convener and managing partner of AfriMass is passionate about the new paradigm of media sales and marketing with an objective of creating a platform for advertising agencies, advertisers, media sales practitioner’s and offer a learning platform for media sales practitioners.
Follow AfriMass on Social media pages for more details: twiiter.com/afrimass_Gh, facebook.com/AfrimassGh or Instagram.com/Afrimass_Gh. Hotline:0209427270
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