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3rd Edition of Women in PR Ghana Summit Comes off on July 6

By: Voltaonlinegh |

Women in PR Ghana, a professional networking platform for women in Public Relations (PR), Communications, and media fraternity will hold its annual summit at Tomreik Hotel in Accra on July 6, 2019.

The annual summit which brings together practitioners, industry persons and students, has become one of the flagship events of the year for senior women in PR and Communications who desire to impart knowledge through their experiences and journey (mid-level) to young professionals desirous of gaining more knowledge on how to climb up the corporate ladder in their organisations and as well, PR students who are seeking for guidance in making career choices while in school and beyond.

The 2019 summit themed, “Collaborate, Inspire, Lead” seeks to encourage and motivate PR professionals to pool their intellectual resources together, share ideas and lead for change in their various organisations.

Topics to be delivered and discussed will include: The next generation of PR Women, Fostering strategic collaboration in the digital era, Putting entrepreneurship into PR, The Relevance of social media and organisational context in PR management and Applying emotional intelligence to leadership.

The summit is expected to have breakout sessions that will give participants the opportunity to acquire more relevant and practical approach to improve on their professional skills.

Founder of Women in PR Ghana, Ms. Faith Senam Ocloo remarked “we have set out to make women in PR Ghana an important avenue for learning, networking, mentoring and sharing.”

“This year’s event will be an exceptional one which will push for PR women to excel at their respective workplaces and bring value to the profession and their organisations. Aside the intellectual presentations, we will also have more up-close with experts in specific areas of interest,” she added.

Women in PR Ghana has since its inception in 2017 been creating infinite learning and networking support and opportunities for women in the profession by connecting them to resourceful personalities and creating an avenue for improved and continuous self-development.

Source: www.voltaonlinegh.com

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