EDEL Technology is the Event Partner for the Enterprise Africa Summit

EDEL Technology is an event partner for the Enterprise Africa Summit.

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‘More than a conference: deep on knowledge rich-in-practice’, drawing on international as well as regional players, the three-day event will bring together thought leaders, policy-makers and entrepreneurs to discuss ‘next generation resilience-focused enterprise models’ and share best practices in connecting enterprise to resilient development. The conference will focus on:

• Thought leadership: it will assemble thought leaders and practitioners in industry, policy, academia, development and social enterprise research and governance to explore best business practices and policy options in entrepreneurship and resilience in Africa

• Practical benefits: entrepreneurs will benefit from a rich environment of learning, investor-financier networks, and B2B networking platforms to develop partnerships, build capacity and effectively position for growth

• Africa focused: A summit by Africa for African entrepreneurs. Events, panellists, participants and outcomes will reflect and meet the needs of African entrepreneurs and policy makers.

 

Can enterprise be an engine of resilience in Africa? How can Africa’s enterprises develop resilient solutions to Africa’s problems? The British Council will use its extensive network to convene a regional summit in March 2017 to dialogue on ‘next generation innovations’ and celebrate efforts in entrepreneurship and resilient development. 

GeoCommerce :Location Based Advertising System

GEOCommerce : Location Based Advertising

GeoCommerce is a white label  advertising platform that disseminates information that is particularly designed to a defined market or target audience based on

their geographical location.

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CEO of EDEL Featured alongside CEO of Getty Images and CEO of J. Walter Thompson in Glass Magazine

 J. Walter Thompson, the global advertising agency has embarked on an exciting collaboration with Getty Images — a limited edition print magazine exploring the Future of Women, hoping to broaden the current narrow view of ‘women’s interest’ in media.

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EDEL Technology Consulting CEO (Ethel Cofie) along with exceptional women like Dawn Airey, CEO of Getty Images and Tamara Ingram, CEO of J. Walter Thompson,Joy Aljouny, Co-Founder & Creative Director at Dubai-based tech startup  were featured in the  section on  successful women from around the world

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Glass is entirely informed by insight and trends from J. Walter Thompson’s Innovation Group.  Data is sourced from J. Walter Thompson’s Women’s Index – a global survey of more than 4500 women conducted in nine countries. The content is supported by visual thought leadership and imagery curated from Getty Images.

The magazine includes exclusive essays from thought leaders, including:

• Thinx’s Miki Agrawal

• Bestselling author Rebecca Traister

• The Front’s Thalia Mavros

• Relationship expert Esther Perel

• Agender writer and activist Tyler Ford

• J. Walter Thompson’s Worldwide CEO Tamara Ingram

• Getty Images’ CEO Dawn Airey

Glass is a timely response to the fast-changing lives, tastes and lifestyles of women today and the conversation around what this will mean for brands, advertisers and businesses.

Glass is entirely informed by insight and trends from J. Walter Thompson’s Innovation Group and data from J. Walter Thompson’s Women’s Index – a global survey of more than 4500 women conducted in nine countries. The content is supported by visual thought leadership and imagery curated from Getty Images.

“Women can be great brand advocates when they feel empowered, but they are also becoming more outspoken around brands that don’t engage them in the way they wish to be treated. Marketers will need to understand this shifting landscape if they’re to entice what is, in essence, the most powerful consumer market globally,” said Lucie Greene, Worldwide Director of the Innovation Group.

Pam Grossman, Director of Visual Trends at Getty Images added: “As visual communicators, we know that images have the power to ignite change. Many representations of gender in the media and in advertising seem outdated, clichéd and inauthentic. Women have moved beyond stereotypes but the industries around them haven’t necessarily caught up yet. We are excited to help forward the conversation with a magazine that so dynamically reflects the vitality, variation, and limitless imagination we’re seeing in women’s lives today.”

Glass will be available in limited distribution in print during Advertising Week, as well as online here: https://www.jwtintelligence.com/trend-reports/glass.

Glass is the first half of a two-part project by the Innovation Group. The second half, “Women, Next,” is an insight report based on extensive research aimed at brands and businesses, offering an in-depth look at cultural, economic, and behavioral changes among women globally. The full report will be available in early October, 2016.

EDEL Technology Picks Up IT Consulting Firm of the Year Award

Last Saturday EDEL Technology consulting (www.edelitconsult.com ) was adjudged this year’s Ghana Information Technology and Telecom Awards (GITTA), “IT consulting firm of the year”.

EDEL Technology Consulting is a Global brand that uses the combination of modern project management techniques, Standard software engineering and industrial strength architecture to deliver technology solutions to its clients, with projects delivered in West Africa and UK.
EDEL prides itself as one of the best in the IT industry in Africa.
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The GITTA awards is the only awards in Ghana which recognizes the excellence in the ICT industry. It is the most respected awards that celebrates excellence in innovation, product development and service delivery.

EDEL Technology has array of past and current clients like the World Bank, Dalex Finance (6th Company on the Ghana Cub 100 list and Chartered Institute of Marketing Ghana (CIMG) Non-Bank Financial Institute of 2014 and Clean Team Ghana (a project funded by the Unilever)

EDEL is currently funded by USADF (United States Africa development fund) to build a micro working platform (M-ablode www.mablode.com ) to help shape the future of work across Africa

According to the CEO of EDEL Technology Consulting, Ethel Cofie, “winning throws a challenge to us keep being the best and to improve on our services delivered to our clients”.

EDEL Technology was also recently judged one of the top 100 globally competitive companies in Ghana .

Find out how we can become a technology partner for your organization at www.edelitconsult.com and also request a free consultation from the EDEL Team here http://edelitconsult.com/request-a-call/

Our Director Ethel Cofie Meets with US Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker

Director of Edel Consulting Ethel Cofie  was invited along with 10 other entrepreneurs for a round table conference on Entrepreneurship,Challenges and growth opportunities , Secretary Penny Pritzker was accompanied to the Event by Nina Vaca (Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Pinnacle Technical Resources, Inc)

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