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‘WIWIK’ 2019 To Be Held On March 1

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The 2019 edition of What I Knew Conference (WIWIK) is set to come off on Friday, 1st March at the University of Cape Coast (UCC).

The conference is aimed at providing a map for its participants as they prepare to journey into the job market.

The programme will be happening at the Auditorium 900, UCC at 5pm.

It is the heartfelt wish of Apex consult, the organizers of WIWIK, to extend to every tertiary student practical corporate knowledge, leadership skills, the confidence and capacity to add value to their career goals which would mature them into global personalities through the first-hand experiences as shared by the speakers.

Key influencial industry players who have graced the podium of this conference from its inception in 2015, have guided and inspired the participants with their respective fields of experience.

This year’s edition of WIWIK shall have speakers like, Petra Asamoah, a Chartered Marketer, Author and Training Consultant from Ghana; Olusegun Akinkugbe, a John Maxwell Certified Trainer and an Executive Coach from the United Kingdom; Kafui Dey, the CEO of Dey Marketing Ventures and a Professional MC from Ghana; Ibukun Janet Ogundipe, the Country HR Director of Maersk from Nigeria;

Also from Ghana is Kwabena Antwi Situ, an International Financial Reporting Standards Expert; and Bernard Kwame Tawiah the Convener of the conference.

These international speakers would share their respective expererinces with the participants while motivating them to achieve greatness in their chosen career under the theme, Emerging To The Fore with thematic areas in Leadership, Innovation and Digitalization.

The conference will as well afford participants the opportunity to ask questions and get answers from the speakers.

Attendance to this conference is free. Interested persons can register to attend by clicking on the link below
https://bit.ly/2DUuIq7

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