ACG Partners with FORBES WOMAN AFRICA for Leading Women Summit

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa/African Media Agency (AMA)/- Africa Communications Media Group (ACG), the first African-owned, pan-Africa communications and public relations agency, which is headquartered in Johannesburg, South Africa, announced today that it is thrilled to be an activation partner at the Forbes Woman Africa – Leading Women Summit, taking place at the Durban ICC on International Women’s Day – Friday, 08 March 2019.
Mimi Kalinda, CEO of Africa Communications Media Group 

“We are proud and excited to be a part of such a continuously ground-breaking event that recognises, empowers and awards women for their contributions across sectors. As a women-led African firm, we strive to tell compelling African stories of impact, an attribute that we share with the Forbes brand”, says Group CEO, Mimi Kalinda.

“ACG works with top tier clients across Africa who are passionate about telling their stories in an authentically African way” says, MD, Nonye Omotola. “The Forbes Woman Africa – Leading Women Summit is a natural fit for our brand especially as we celebrate International Women’s Day. We look forward to connecting with other influential women and showcasing our reason for being, which is developing and implementing, culturally-attuned and effective communications strategies for a complex continent.”
ACG premieres its TV advert from 7th March on CNBC Africa and across all its platforms.
Distributed by African Media Agency on behalf of Africa Communications Media Group (ACG).
About us
Africa Communications Media Group (ACG) is a global, fully integrated communications and media firm working in the African context, headquartered in Johannesburg, South Africa. We are storytellers and reputation managers. Our team has more than 30 years of combined experience in Africa. Our strategies are based on research, insights and intelligence. We have an authentic understanding of the markets in which our clients operate, and we are passionate about positive social impact on the continent. ACG partners with private, public and non-profit sector clients in Africa and across the world to tell their African stories in a way that is relevant, culturally-attuned and impactful. Some of our clients include MTN, Barloworld, The World Bank/IFC, Nesta, Western Union, the Government of Guinea, the African Union, USAID and the Dalberg Group. We work in Africa through our partners and affiliates, with whom we have developed impeccable relationships for more than 10 years. We are African. We work in Africa. We know Africa.For any media enquiries, please contact:
Samantha Zvobwo
samantha@africacommunicationsmediagroup.com

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