Financing the African Business

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INVENTS Foundation; a mentoring organization that focuses on raising young people as leaders and entrepreneurs before they turn 25 presents the second edition of Role Model Africa. Role Model Africa is a platform where role models in Africa mentor younger ones by way of Role Models sharing their stories with mentees who are mostly audiences of a corporate dialogue. The five-year project which was launched in Accra in September 2015, engages African personalities whose contribution spans beyond the continent.

Role Model Africa is rooted in the idea that Africans can serve as their own Role models by telling their stories and mentoring younger ones.

The platform interviews African Presidents, Business Owners, Founders of Churches and African global Companies, International African leaders, African Policy and decision Makers, Influential personalities in the arts, Business Magnates, Investors and you name them.
One-On-One mentoring session, The Business Mentoring Class , The Magnate Community and INVENTS Mentoring Hubs are mentorship opportunities available for individuals, business executives (or groups), family( or friends) and students respectively.

Under the theme, ‘Financing the African Business’, the second edition of the Corporate Dialogue is scheduled for Sunday 24th January 2016 at the African Regent Hotel, Accra-Ghana from 3pm to 6pm.

The Role Model to be interviewed is Mr. Caleb Ayiku, a former Managing Director of Engen Petroleum- a Petroleum company with affiliates in Ghana, Tanzania and Kenya. Over the past 18 years, the Role Model has developed his career in several sectors across Africa. Caleb has rich experience as a Chemical Engineer working for over thirteen years in downstream petroleum industry in Africa. Mr. Ayiku also served as Country Manager for Oando Ghana Limited.

The author and Entrepreneur, has trained and consulted with several blue chips companies including Barclays Bank, Citi FM, Enterprise Insurance and FEDEX.
Mr. Caleb Ayiku the co-founder of Rex Oil Limited will be sharing perspectives on the theme ‘Financing the African Business’. In an open dialogue format, the Role Model will speak to issues of concern in finance and business that individuals, industries, Ghana and Africa at large will find relevant.
The Convener; Mr. Samuel Agyeman-Prempeh shares that the program is opened to the general public and will attract audience from various parts of Africa. Audiences are expected to be seated 30 minutes ahead of the program.

Event tickets can be purchased ahead of the program. The public can contact 0503183555 and 0503183699 to have tickets delivered to them at their convenience. Further details available on the website of INVENTS (www.inventsfoundation.org).

Role Model Africa is an initiative by INVENTS Foundation, a mentoring organization that focuses on raising young people as Leaders and Entrepreneurs before they turn 25.
Since October 2007, INVENTS has been consistent in using personal Leadership models and projects to reach out to millions of young people through its Mentorship Hubs on various tertiary campuses.

Our flagship programs and projects include: the She Magnate Project, Role Model Africa, and Ideas Pulpit.
Our events have attracted remarkable personalities such as Bishop N.A. Tackie-Yarboi ; Founder and Presiding Bishop of VBCI, Dr. Yaw Perbi ; Global C.E.O. of the HuD Group , Dr. Mrs. Ellen Hagan; Founder and C.E.O. of L’aine Services, and Mrs. Comfort Ocran; Co-Founder Legacy And Legacy.

The Premiere of Role Model Africa was honored by Dr. Samuel Onwona, as guest to be interviewed on the platform. Dr. Onwona is a former World Bank Official.
Role Model Africa: We tell a story.

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