Launched by C. Moore Media, the program is the first PR and Communications initiative dedicated exclusively to African Tech Female Founders.
Twelve African female-founded tech startups have been selected for the inaugural The Future is Female Mentorship Program. C. Moore Media, an independent PR agency headquartered in New York, specializing in the US, UK, and African markets, launched the program last month. The initiative marks the first time a Public Relations (PR) and communications mentorship program has launched dedicated exclusively to African tech female founders. Continue reading
C. Moore Media Announces The Launch Of The Future Is Female Mentorship Program
The Program is Dedicated Exclusively to African Tech Female Founders
In celebration of Africa Day, C. Moore Media, International Public Relations (CMM), announces the launch of The Future is Female Program. The program is a Public Relations (PR) and communications mentorship program dedicated exclusively to the business development needs of African Tech female founders.
The Future is Female Program has launched to provide the underserved market of African female founders of early-stage start-ups with the PR and communications insights, knowledge, and skills needed to gain visibility and grow their business. The program is aimed at African women based on the continent or in the diaspora, and are launching or growing a tech business for African markets or serving Africans in the diaspora. Continue reading
New York-based public relations (PR) company C. Moore Media has launched The Future is Female Programme, a PR and communications mentorship programme dedicated to the business development needs of African tech female founders.
The Future is Female Programme has launched to provide the underserved market of African female founders of early-stage startups with the PR and communications insights, knowledge, and skills needed to gain visibility and grow their business.
Aimed at African women based on the continent or in the diaspora, launching or growing a tech business for African markets or serving Africans in the diaspora, the programme will select 10 founders to participate in the inaugural cohort.
Read more: https://disrupt-africa.com/2020/06/us-pr-firm-launches-mentorship-programme-for-african-female-founders/
August 2019: Claudine Moore Managing Director and Founder, C. Moore Media International Public Relations, has been invited to speak at the Global Africa Forum on Communications (GAFCOM) hosted by The Nerve Africa in partnership with the African Union. Themed ‘Speak for Africa’ and described as the Davos of African communications, the conference will be held in the Rwandan capital city of Kigali from August 21 – 23, 2019.
Featuring over 200 leaders in public relations, marketing, and corporate communications alongside policymakers and private sector leaders, the keynotes and panel discussions will focus on the significance of strategic communications and the economic development of the continent. As Africa continues to enjoy global focus as the latest frontier of growth, more than 1,000 marketing, advertising and communications professionals will also be in Kigali to discuss the future of communications in Africa and to leverage the opportunities offered by innovation in communications to contribute to the economic growth of Africa and the companies operating out of the continent.
To find out more or register, visit http://bit.ly/GAFCOMM
The Forum is the Largest Gathering of African Entrepreneurs in History
July 2019: Our MD, Claudine Moore has been invited to speak at the upcoming Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) African Entrepreneurship Forum in Abuja, Nigeria. Over 5000 entrepreneurs are expected from all 54 countries across Africa, making it the largest gathering of African entrepreneurs in history. Claudine will be sharing global best practices in PR, branding & communications customized for African startups during this master class.
The Tony Elumelu Foundation hosts the continents largest gathering of African entrepreneurs and the entrepreneurship ecosystem at its annual Entrepreneurship Forum. The Forum brings policymakers and the private sector together, in a spirit of robust debate and interaction, which creates opportunities to generate ideas, forge networks and build intra-African business partnerships.
Hosted at the iconic Transcorp Hilton Hotel in Abuja, other keynote speakers at this highly anticipated Forum include the President of the African Development Bank, Akinwumi Adesina, His Excellency Paul Kagame, President of Rwanda, and His Excellency Macky Sall, President of Senegal, who will join Tony O. Elumelu, TEF Founder and Chairman of Heirs Holdings and the United Bank for Africa (UBA).
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Claudine Moore joins the Echo Chamber to discuss her work in Africa, and the continuing diversity & inclusion challenges faced by the PR industry. Moore is followed by Digiday editor-in-chief Brian Morrissey, who explores such topics as advertising fraud and influencer marketing. Continue reading
New York, NY August 2017 – Claudine Moore, Founder and MD of C.Moore Media International Public Relations has been appointed as an Adjunct Professor at New York University (NYU) starting Fall Semester 2017.
Claudine will be teaching Global Public Relations Strategy and Execution and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) at the prestigious American institution, whose alumni include heads of state, royalty, eminent mathematicians, CEO’s of Fortune 500 companies and more.
“At New York University, we ensure our Professional Studies faculty are seasoned top global professionals reflecting real world experience, as this is what our students want. Claudine has an impressive portfolio of diverse experience including social media and emerging markets alongside her US and UK expertise and this made her a great addition to our faculty” said Robert D. Craig, Associate Director, NYUSPS
Claudine has been working in global corporate communications and public relations for well over 10 years and has experience gained from senior roles at both international agencies and with Fortune 100 brands. She also owns a successful entrepreneurial career launching C. Moore Media in 2010 and working with US clients, while simultaneously expanding her expertise to work with Pan African organizations across African markets, with a focus on Nigeria.
“I am honoured to be invited by New York University as an Adjunct Professor. At this point in my career it is about sharing knowledge, in addition to continued learning. I look forward to sharing excellent case studies and presenting global public relations best practices to NYU students ” said Claudine Moore, Award-winning Global Public Relations Executive and Founder, C Moore Media.
Classes begin in October 2017 and will continue into the Spring 2018 semester.
For more information and to register for classes at New York University, please visit https://www.sps.nyu.edu/professional-pathways/faculty/19987-claudine-moore.html
Geneva, Switzerland March 2017 – During the annual meeting for the World Communication Forum Association, Claudine Moore was appointed to the leadership of the organization as an Executive Board Member.
Named ‘Communication on Top’, this year’s event took place from March 13 – 17 and gathered diverse Public Relations and Communications attendees from around the world, to discuss global issues affecting the communications industry. More than 145 participants attended #WCFGenevaWeek and shared key insights, global and regional case studies and expert analysis of industry trends. Continue reading
It’s no secret: Africa is a continent that is being touted by experts, residents, and media alike as a more-than-emerging, enterprise gold mine.
Though the challenges of infrastructure, corruption, and terrorism are still present, taking on lucrative ventures is not such a far-fetched idea, especially for black entrepreneurs and professionals.
Political leaders, celebrities, and businessmen have embraced relations with African countries, returned to live there, and even supported legislation and initiatives to support African Americans to “return.” In Ghana alone, there are more than 3,000 African Americans who have resettled, and as corporations invest in infrastructure, education, and talent acquisition efforts for a global and diverse workforce, the chance to work there is becoming more and more abundant. Continue reading