After a successful maiden edition of the webinar series, Global Media Alliance (GMA), market leader in Integrated Marketing Communications, is set to organise the second edition of the GMA Webinar Series to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the events and hospitality industries.
The webinar will be held on Friday, 12th June, 2020 at 10am GMT via Zoom video conferencing platform and will also be broadcasted live on e.TV Ghana and GTV.
Speaking ahead of the webinar, Project Director, Mr. Martin Ankrah, stated that good feedback from the first webinar encouraged the company to organise the second edition.
“After the first webinar on effective marketing communication, we received very good feedback from our stakeholders and this has encouraged us to organise a second edition. We are all aware of the effects of COVID-19 on various industries and in this edition we would like to pay particular attention to the events and hospitality industries to assess the impact of the pandemic on their work and identify the way forward”, he shared.
Key resource persons for the second webinar series include Mr. Akwasi Agyeman, Chief Executive Officer of Ghana Tourism Authority, Mrs. Bella Ahu, President of the Ghana Tourism Federation and Chief Executive Officer of Trafix Catering Services, Mrs. Theresa Ayoade, Co-Founder and Executive Director, Multiple Concepts Group and Mr. Ernest Boateng, Chief Executive Officer of Global Media Alliance Group.
Global Media Alliance (GMA) is an Integrated Marketing Communications Company with over 20 years of experience and expertise in PR and Media Consultancy, Event Management and Brand Activations, Creative Designs & Production and Digital Innovations.
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