Afro-Bloggers Convention (ABC) 2020

“The Danger of a single-sided story” – Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

My story has been one of ups and downs. It inspires me every day to move because I have no room for negative energies, and do not let people define me.

As the Great Chinua Achebe said “Nobody can teach me who I am. You can describe parts of me, but who I am – and what I need – is something I have to find out myself.”

Avoid letting people tell you who you are, the fact is, they know only a small piece from their own perspective which is one-sided and putting you in a confined box. This is a major reason to take part in the Afro-Bloggers convention and get yourself well informed. 

The Afro-Blogger Convention (ABC) is the coming together of bloggers of African descent from all over the world, who tell their story from their perspective, protecting the image of the continent and speaking with one voice to discuss and proffer solution to the issues of our community.

The second Afro-Bloggers Convention will take place online, on the 19 – 20 June 2020. The Topic is Re-information. It will be an interactive session with various speakers which will end with a panel discussion for both days. This is an event you cannot afford to miss!

The breakdown of the event is attached below.

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A view of some speakers for the event can be found below

To view the line up of all our speakers and for more information, click here

Experts Meet in Dortmund

The African Union Day (AUD) Conference took place on the 24th and 25th of May 2019 at the Deutsches Fußball Museum in Dortmund, with experts coming together to discuss investments and business ideas.

The AUD Event was hosted by the AfricanTide Union e.V  for the 9th time in the city of Dortmund to mark the celebration of the Africa Union.

This year’s theme was titled ‘Boosting Africa’s Development’. Participants from all the 54 African countries were fully represented coming from the continents of Africa and Europe to deliberate on Africa we want for 2063.

Several discussions surrounding Start-ups and Entrepreneurship in the African communities and in African countries were discussed, including business opportunities that await investors willing to do business with the growing economies in the world. There were two (2) workshops on the first day, and three (3) intensive and engaging workshops on the second day in addition to the various inputs and podium discuss.

In attendance was the City Director, Mr. Jörg Stüdemann, the Deputy Ambassador of Nigeria to the Republic of Germany, Mrs. M.S Ogundero, the Manager of the German football Museum, Dr. Klaus Berdeng and a host of other dignitaries, business investors, entrepreneurs, and scholars.

The Highlights of the event was the Fashion show with Solitha Shortte, creative director of Soli productions management from Canada, showcasing designs from Impress yourself of AfricanTide Union and designer Eyal Zimmerman from Israel.

The AfricanTide team spare headed by Dr. RosaLyn Dressman has once again demonstrated their competence by delivering a successful International business conference out of which vital cooperation and investment impact for African countries gearing towards the Africa we want in the coming year 2063.

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