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August 11th, 2016

Anoushka Boodhna – EVENT SPEAKER – Fashion Africa Conference 2016 – London

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On September 8th 2016, Africa Fashion Guide hosts our 5th year anniversary Fashion Africa Conference event in London and we are extremely pleased to announce our cohort of professional industry speakers and encourage you not to delay but REGISTER NOW!

The full day 2016 Fashion Africa Conference event will be set out over 2 large rooms on the top floor of the Richmix, London and entitled The African Market will consist of TedX style keynote speeches in the morning, followed by afternoon panel discussions with international industry leaders and most importantly our first trade expo the F.A.T.E!!

Over the coming days and weeks we will be introducing these amazing speakers to you to prepare you for the upcoming event.


 

SPEAKER NAME:

Anoushka Boodhna

COMPANY:

Break the Shell

BIO:

Anoushka believes passionately in the potential for growth and development especially in Africa. She has over 12 years experience in market development and spent 5 years living and working in Africa including Kenya and Senegal. In her first career, Anoushka worked in fashion at Topshop as an international merchandiser. These days, through her consulting firm, Break the Shell, Anoushka works in poor communities around the world with producers, small businesses, market development organisations, NGOs and governments for capacity-building, innovation and growth.With her roots in Mauritius and growing up in the UK, Anoushka has a unique profile and a global, forward-thinking, culturally-diverse perspective on fashion and market development for Africa.

FASHION AFRICA CONFERENCE TALK/PANEL :

- PANEL 2) AfriPAST -

This panel will look how far Africa has come in order to look forward.

The focus is on production, sustainability and the African fashion message of value

 

 

DESCRIBE THE AFRICAN FASHION INDUSTRY IN THREE WORDS:

Future
Dynamic
Eclectic

Come along to hear all our fantastic speakers at Fashion Africa Conference London 2016

 

DATE: Thursday 8th September 2016

TIME: 10.00am – 5.00pm (doors open 9.30am for registration)
VENUE: Rich Mix, 35-47 Bethnal Green Road, London, E1 6LA
PRICE: £49 EARLY BOOKING FEE (full price £79 after August 31st!) – includes tea, coffee and biscuits

REMEMBER TO BOOK FAST as places are strictly limited!

Register at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/fashion-africa-conference-2016-london-the-african-market-tickets-26423913637

 

Once again tee-shirts from the Africa Fashion Guide African Cotton Campaign (100% African, 100% Made in Africa print tees) will be available to buy on the day!! And SALES DESKS WILL BE OPEN ON THE DAY (contact events@africafashionguide.com for a table – limited availability!)

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Contact us via email at: events@africafashionguide.com

See more information on the website: www.fashionafricaconference.com

Follow our blog at: www.africafashionguide.com

Tweet us at @AfricaFashGuide

 

Previous conference videos can be found here:

https://vimeo.com/africafashionguide





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