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September 6th, 2016

COMPETITION TIME! Win a LEATHER clutch bag from ESHI – Fashion Africa Conference 2016 – London

Having secured Madeleine Rosberg as a panel speaker at our upcoming Fashion Africa Conference 2016 we are holding a one day prize draw for you our readers to win one of these beautiful clutches!

All you need to do is to be the first to purchase your ticket for our conference on Wednesday 7th September. and you will win one of these beautiful ESHI leather clutch bags which you can pick up during the conference!

ESHI was birthed by the team at Responsify in Ethiopia.the growing brand ESHI – In love with Africa, producing leather goods in Ethiopia for the European market. By combining uniqueness with functionality, design with sustainability and Nordic minimalism with African mystique, their mission for ESHI is to bring contemporary African products to the Scandinavian lifestyle scene. They are driven by the idea to create a business model that bridges the gap between commerce and sustainable economic development.

Responsify is a consulting firm assisting international companies and organisations with their business in Africa. The main focus has since the inception been on sourcing and production within the textile- and leather industry in Africa. With a portfolio containing over 400 factories in ten markets and with a deep network across public, private and civil society sectors in East Africa, Responsify´s team have experience in assisting international companies such as H&M, IKEA, KappAhl, Saddler to be successful in Africa.

Madeleine Rosberg is one of the founders and the CEO of Responsify and ESHI. With a long experience in Africa, she is leading the team to increase the business in the region and to create positive development and local impact throughout all the work on the continent. She has experience of managing large scale projects in countries such as Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Sudan together with companies, governments and international organisations. She will be speaking at Fashion Africa Conference this thursday 8th September.

website: www.responsify.org    |    twitter: @responsify    |    website: www.eshi.se

FASHION AFRICA CONFERENCE TALK/PANEL :

– KEYNOTE SPEECHES “TALK AFRICA” –

Bite-size TedX style talks covering manufacture, ethical sourcing, retail shopping market,

trends, consumer market, African textiles, African cotton and more under the theme of ‘The African Market’.

Book your ticket here; http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/fashion-africa-conference-2016-london-the-african-market-tickets-26423913637

GOOD LUCK!!

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