The Creative Women in Media Summit is a one-day conference that will host women entrepreneurs in the media sector for a time of learning and business networking. Leading national and international media experts will be on hand to share on how they are moved their ideas forward and offer advice on the best digital tools
The Creative Women in Media Summit is a one-day conference that will host women entrepreneurs in the media sector for a time of learning and business networking. Leading national and international media experts will be on hand to share on how they are moved their ideas forward and offer advice on the best digital tools and strategies that prospective participants can use for their media projects.
Hosted by Talk Village, this is an opportunity for women entrepreneurs who have launched media projects, large or small, to hobnob and learn firsthand from professionals from traditional and digital media communities, as well as educational/research institutions from around the world.
The Creative Women in Media summit promises to impart participants with high level keynotes, cross-sector dialogue, expert panelists, controversial debates, and structured networking. The Summit will promote knowledge-sharing, explore innovation, skills gaps, policy and research in digital media – including Gaming, Mobile, Social Media and the advancements by women globally.
The Summit is expected to bring together Speakers, authors, journalist, actors, singers, television and radio personalities, New media Experts, CEO’s of television, radio stations and motion pictures, etc.
The one day conference would begin with an Opening Ceremony, followed by Plenary Sessions and Working Group Sessions, Breakout sessions, etc.
Date: 9th May 2015
Venue: Niger Palace Hotel, Yaba Lagos
Speakers at this Summit include:
• Richie Dayo Johnson — Director Of Radio Continental
• Mrs. Debola Deji -Kurunmi — CEO Ideation Hub Africa
• Engr .Sandra Aguebor-Ekperuoh — CEO Lady Mechanic Initiative
• Mrs.Maureen Iyasale — CEO JobMag Lagos
• Stephen Oguntoyinbo — CEO Talk Village International
• Ihotu Amuta — Founder Jewel Network
• Mrs Grace Oboba Edwin-Okon — CEO Derwin Production
• Mrs Bioudun Dapherede — CEO EPO USA
• Miss Shade Ademuyiwa — CEO Cheff Capital
Google Hang Out Speakers
• Buki Opanuga — CEO Modavate Media Atlanta USA
• Michael Campbell — CEO BOPTV Atlanta
From Gaming, to Social Media, to Cross-Platform and Trans-Media Storytelling, the media landscape is evolving to include the female demographic in key roles as consumers, producers and decision-makers.
Through this two-part initiative, the CWIMS aims to explore the expanding roles and impact of women within media businesses. Register Here.