With many years spent travelling and working in the United States and Africa Emmanuel is uniquely qualified to help your Company, Organization, or Non-Profit make the smooth transition to doing business in Africa. There are so many questions that people have when they begin to consider visiting or moving their business to Africa. A few of the more common are:
- How do you establish an entity in Africa?
- How do you make friends and build trust easily?
- How do you buy something in the market?
- Can you bargain and what are the best practices?
- How do you deal with government officials?
- How do you successfully negotiate deals?
- How do you follow-up?
With group courses, lectures, and many other skills Emmanuel Ngwainmbi is the best choice to get these and so many more questions answered. Take a look below at just a few of the services offered and types of clients he has worked with in the past.
Emmanuel is known for design and development of:
- Communication strategies
- Project design
- Media engagements
- PowerPoint presentation techniques
- Preparing action plans
- Media programming
- Managing interviews
- Developing reports
- Preparing press kits
- Press releases
With training in the fields of:
- Development and mass communication
- Institutional journalism and accreditation.
- Policy analysis and implementing intergovernmental and international organizations
With a broad range of topics in Emmanuel’s tool bag he has helped a wide variety of clients and organizations such as:
- United Nations agencies
- International Telecommunication Union
- Non-profit organizations
- New Authors
- Development agencies
Below are some of the main topics that Emmanuel speaks about during lectures and events such as:
- Diseases in Africa
- Health and communication
- Motivational speeches
- How-to speeches
- Lectures on behavior change
- Workshops for groups and individuals preparing to travel to Africa, Asia, the Middle East and South America
Emmanuel has given many lectures in the past at many different locations such as:
- Chinese Academy for Social Science, China
- Humanities Hawaii
- South Africa,
- Ivory Coast
- And others
We can come to you or serve your company or organization from here.
Media and Communication Strategy
Extensive experience in both the media and analysis of communication tools, products and channels. Having spent the past 20 years developing those relationships, I can make an immediate impact on how the audience views, understands and covers your organization, company or corporation.
- Advocacy and communication strategy
- Media Strategy
- Business and Industry Publication
- Media and Public Relations
- Editorial, Reviews and Awards
- Report writing and development
Strategy & Counsel
Corporate organization and company positioning. Message Development and Presentation. Development & PR Strategy & Executive Coaching & Presentation techniques at big meetings.
Brand Image and Event Services; Mobilizing the media and journalists for organizations/corporate events.
Media & Analyst Relations
Develop Media and Communication Strategy; analyze existing reports and communication tools and advise the organization or corporation.
Workshops on internal communication; cover inter/intrapersonal communication; workshops on external communication.
|Activity||Date in 2017||Sponsor||Location|
|Lecture on African orphanages||Jan. 6.||Rotary Club, S. Mecklenburg||Charlotte, NC|
|Read from my upcoming book, Growing Flames||Jan. 7||Network Opportunities for Indie Authors.Mecklenburg Library System||Charlotte, NC|
|Lecture on Bantu mythology and culture||Feb. 23
|Mecklenburg Library, Matthews||Matthews, NC|
|How Global Media Reporting is affecting Cultures: Focus on Terrorism and Community Wellbeing||Jan. 20-21||International Conference on Social Sciences||Helsinki, Finland|
|Lecture on writing & publishing my books||To Be Known||Mecklenburg Library, Matthews||Matthews, NC|
|Whether Social Media Use Among African Youth is a positive step toward globalization or cultural setback
|May 8-11||Athens Institute of Education and Research||Athens, Greece|
|Reading from upcoming book, Growing Flames||Feb. 10
|Lecture on globalization & local economies||Early in 2017
To be Known
|Department of Africana Studies, University of North Carolina||Charlotte, NC|
|Reading from new book, Growing Flames||Feb 16, 2016||Sponsor||Charlotte, Presbyterean Church|