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On the 27th of May, ASAH held their 3rd African Business Day at the Erasmus University of Rotterdam! Weren't there to witness it yourself? Check out the aftermovie and stay tuned for the next edition! Contact us: email@example.com www.facebook.com/asahnl www.asah-eur.nl
First day of the conference was full of excitement! Oriflame family has brought to London loads of energy & passion!! Please check the footage from the first Business Day - Africa + Turkey. Share it with your friends and show the world how Oriflame rolls!
Met #MyAfrica wil ASAH je kennis laten maken met de minder bekende kanten van Afrika! Bezoek onze African Business Day 2017 op 26 en 27 mei om nog meer te ontdekken! Tickets: https://www.bit.ly/ABDtickets Created by: VUES (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Being part of ASAH (The association of students of African heritage), students Sarah El Boukhallouki and Ranya Bellouki are on a mission to 'Redefine Africa'! Together they organized the African Business Day 2016. "Every time that Africa gets mentioned as a continent, it goes hand in hand with famine, poverty and political instability. But Africa also has a different story to tell. It is the continent that has great potential as a human capital resource, there is immense growth in GDP, and the opportunities it has for renewable energy.. these are the stories that are never being mentioned."
Want to know what’s going on in fast-growing Africa? How do businesses and entrepreneurs innovate? Discover opportunities and lessons from this great continent at the African Business Day, which takes place on the Erasmus campus on Friday 26 and Saturday 27th of May. Don’t miss the inspiring speakers from companies such as Facebook & CNN, interactive workshop sessions from Rabobank & Shell, and network with current and future leaders of Africa. Sign up now! Tickets are only €5 for students and includes a walking dinner! https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/african-business-day-2017-tickets-24738907739?aff=eac
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OPEN FOR MORE INFO! The 2nd annual African Business Day takes place on May 19th 2016. Don't miss out and get your tickets today. TICKETS: https://goo.gl/nZxZ8K MORE INFORMATION: http://asah-eur.nl/africanbusinessday/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/asahabd/ ---------------------------------------------------------------
The Association of Students of African Heritage (ASAH) at the Erasmus University Rotterdam introduces you to the African Business Day 2017 through #MyAfrica! What is #MyAfrica? Through this campaign, we wish to bring the world into contact with more postive images and perspectives on Africa! Want to join us? Don't be afraid and send your video to firstname.lastname@example.org Created by: VUES (email@example.com) Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org www.facebook.com/asahnl www.asah-eur.nl
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