Brycee ADIAH BASSEY – American Nollywood Actress

Meet Brycee ADIAH BASSEY, Nollywood Actress, Writer & Violinist, who, at the age of 4, started acting in plays and Theatre. After graduating with a Degree in Modern and Classical Literature in Spanish, she left the flourishing market in the US and kick-started her professional acting career in the Nollywood industry. Some of her work includes Deadline and The Perfect Union. Winning awards like Best Actress in a TV Series, she has created a unique style and quality in her craft, transcending over the typical stereotypes in the industry. In this interview, she gives us scoops on how she is taking over the industry in Africa & Worldwide.

 

 

Brycee is also passionate about young emerging professional women like her, inspiring and helping women grow in different projects she is involved in. A woman who is African yet Global in mind-set and vision. Connect with Brycee on social media.

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Palabres: Understanding Business Development

Lucien Kancel is a Business Development Professional at ARBICO Plc, a full service building and civil engineering construction company with a franchise in NIGERIA. He’s been working in the construction industry in NIGERIA for 6 years and has developed several projects for various reputable companies. Lucien explains the Business Development market and how it influences building better companies that can sustain through time, political changes and generational habits. He also talks about the Construction industry and how one can succeed in Africa’s real estate business.

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THE PALABRES PODCAST SERIES: INTRODUCTION

Join Tope & Alec, the wizards of African business, weekly as they host industry leaders of foreign franchises on how to navigate and build better successful Pan-African companies. Each week will feature a professional in a certain industry sector of a company franchise that has successfully scaled to Africa. PALABRES, pronounced as palab[r] means Proverbial sayings and conversations in the French Language.


 On this show, they talk about issues from Financing, Business Development, Bootstrapping and everything you need to structure and build a successful pan-African company.They are like the colleagues you never had helping you to navigate different subject matters inviting global thought leaders and entrepreneurs who have built successful businesses in the African environment.

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Kelechi Udoagwu – SKRIFE

During our tour to Ghana, we met Kelechi UDOAGWU, Nigerian, YALI West Africa Region Member, Founder of SKRIFE and Communications Manager at MEST (Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology). Starting with zero knowledge in Tech when she joined MEST as an Entrepreneur in Training, Kelechi has developed an outstanding knowledge and experience in Digital and Tech platforms. She joined MEST as a Communications Manager and went on to start her brand called SKRIFE, a platform that provides written content for brands, startups and organisations to better enhance their digital marketing and content.

 

Starting SKRIFE from Chile where her team won a grant, the company has grown to cater to Clients from all over the World providing jobs for writers and digital professionals from all over Africa. Connect with Kelechi on social media via www.kelechiudoagwu.com. Listen to Kelechi as she dishes out tips and opportunities on reaching your next level with your potentials!

 

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#LetsTalk – Branding African StartUps

Meet Josephine Dassah & Stella Ngugi, Entrepreneurs in Training at MEST Africa. During our tour to Ghana, we discuss with these intelligent ladies on Branding African Startups. Josephine is a Ghanaian resident in South Africa and Stella is from Kenya. Stella and Josephine are sponsored trainees at MEST Africa to disrupt African Industries. MEST AFRICA is always open to young Africans with a dream to lead Africa through Tech and Entrepreneurship.

 

 

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#LetsTalk – Branding African StartUps [Part 2]

Meet Mike ZeidlhackMike Zeidlhack, Business Teaching Fellow & Raquel Wilson, Communications Fellow at MEST Africa. During our tour to Ghana, we discussed with these entrepreneurial thought leaders on the issues surrounding branding African startups and the distinction between branding a company or the product.

 

 

Mike Zeidlhack is a trainer of entrepreneurs and mentor to pre-seed businesses. Prior to joining MEST, Mike worked in Accenture’s Strategy consulting group building cross-industry experience including retail, tech, sustainability, media, power, and telecom.
Raquel Wilson helps extraordinary thinkers and innovators tell compelling stories, grow strong communities, and build sustainable brands. A “Make it happen” girl, dot connector and habitual overachiever – since preschool.

 

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