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Peace Hyde to Address Young CEOs in London

Peace HydeForbes West African correspondent and British/Ghanaian TV personality, Peace Hyde has been named among distinguished young entrepreneurs and business experts to speak on various panels at the Europe’s Convention of the Young CEOs Business Forum to be hosted at the prestigious Imperial College in London on the 14th of November, 2015.

A great step and platform for the affable media personality, Peace will be sharing platforms with other revered entrepreneurs from various sectors of business who will take turn to share their business success stories which is intended to inspire and prepare young people to take up global challenges to help curb job creation across the globe.
Peace Hyde who just took the task with Forbes Africa will also use the opportunity to network with very successful young entrepreneurs who have amazing entrepreneurship stories that need to be shared with the world.

Other Panelists include: John Wood (CEO, AJ Africa Consulting), Jane Barret (Co-Founder, The Career Farm), Muna Onuzo (CEO, Personality Fit), Paul Alaje (Lead Consultant, SPM Consulting), Lydia Heater Mudhari (CEO, Famous Rainbow Production), Nkenchi Azinge (Founder, SCAF), Edosa Ohen (Founder, Alfa O & O Networks and many more who have been drawn from across the world to converge in London for the first Europe Convention.

Held on the theme: “The Impact of SMEs on Global Economy: The New Perspective” well established global entrepreneurs such as , Justina Mutale (Founder, Positive Runway), Sir Godfrey Ohuabunwa (Group CEO, Multimesh Communications), Cllr. Suzane Fajana Thompson (Fmr Mayor, London Borough of Hackney), Debbie Ariyo OBE, President Elio D’Anna (Founder and President, European School of Economics), Dr. Casandra Martinez (King LLB, PHD, CEO of London School of Petroleum Law and Management) will take participant s through various topics which are geared towards the impact of Startups on the Global Economy.

Held in partnership with the Institute of Leadership and Management, with previous summits in Dubai, Accra and Lagos, the event is spearheaded by Forbes Africa’s Most Promising Entrepreneur, Barr Rex Idaminabo and UN Youth Ambassador, David James Egwu. For more information on registration and participation, one can visit:

By: Prince Akpah

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