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3 VIDEO MARKETING STRATEGIES WHICH ARE BOOSTING MY SALES

If you are a new woman in business, I have a question for you; how do you feel about video marketing? I will leave this question here for now. Please read on… Last night, I sent a message to my Creative Director informing him of how much we had made from a recent product re-launch. …

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HOW TO MANAGE YOUR FEAR OR WORRY ABOUT DOING VIDEOS

The Testimonial… I have had many testimonials from the wonderful women I coach, but this recent one really made me feel like I had won a million dollars. First let me tell you about her. We shall call her Tope. She is Nigerian and a member of our Facebook group called The Fabulous Woman Community. …

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AMA DUNCAN’S KEYNOTE SPEECH AT THE AFRICAN MAGNATES SUMMIT

THE ROLE OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN FOSTERING ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT Mr. Chairman, fellow speakers and panelists, distinguished invited guests, I bring you greetings from a very chilly Kumasi! YACEDX Ghana, congratulations on an already successful African Magnates Summit 2019! When I told my 10-year old daughter that I was preparing a speech on ‘the role of …

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PROGRESS, NOT PERFECTION

While on the Mandela Washington Fellowship two years ago, Kellogg’s School of Business at Northwestern University (USA) did a wonderful job of exposing us to the different tech and business incubation hubs in Chicago. Once a week we would go on a site visit to mostly hubs and I was really impressed by the sizes of the co-working spaces or shared offices/workspaces as well as the equipment I saw. In fact in one of the hubs, I saw a very lovely Ghanaian woman who shared her story about how renting an office space was so difficult and frustrating until she got a place at that particular hub.

CAMFED – MASTERCARD FOUNDATION TERTIARY SCHOLARS GRADUATION CEREMONY KEYNOTE ADDRESS BY AMA DUNCAN, GUEST SPEAKER

Immediately I completed university, I had two choices: to return to my temporary summer job in the US or to go on a working holiday visa trip to the UK where my then boyfriend lived. Obviously, I chose UK! While in the UK, I did many temporary jobs including office assistant, old people caregiver, receptionist, cleaner, filing clerk, call center agent, etc. I also took various classes and wrote a couple of exams, but at the time I did not consider any of these geared towards any particular career path; I just wanted to survive and perhaps gain work experience. I returned to Ghana to do my national service at the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning and had an amazing experience assisting the Head of Public Relations.

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