Specifically, I will be a panelist on the following panel:
“African Media and Entertainment: Creating Value From a Global Market”
Please save the date and plan to attend. I’d love to meet as many of you as I possibly can.
Special thanks to one of my female AML readers who contacted me to inform me she had recommended me as a panelist. I appreciate you. Thanks again.
Everyone else, especially my East Coast readers, I look forward to seeing you there. Please don’t be shy. Do come up and say “hello” when you see me.
For more information and to register, click here.
(NOTE: My Panel will be from 3:15-4:30pm slot, NOT the 9:15am-10:00am slot currently listed. The website will soon be updated to reflect the 3:15 time slot.)
Photodescription: Uduak Oduok to the left
About Wharton Business School
“The Wharton School is the business school of the University of Pennsylvania, an Ivy League university in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Wharton was United States’ first business school and the world’s first collegiate business school, established in 1881 through a donation from Joseph Wharton.
Alone and in conjunction with the other schools and colleges of the university, Wharton grants B.S. and MBA degrees, offers a Ph.D. program, and houses or co-sponsors several diploma programs. With the most electives of any business school, Wharton offers concentrations in accounting, business and public policy, entrepreneurial management, environmental management, finance, health care systems, human resource and organizational management, insurance and risk management, legal studies and business ethics, management, marketing, multinational management, operations and information management, real estate, retailing, statistics and strategic management.
The school currently has 278 faculty members, translating to a 17:1 student-to-faculty ratio. The school’s faculty is the world’s most published and most cited among business schools.
Business Week and Financial Times have ranked Wharton among the world’s top institutions for business education. Its undergraduate program has been ranked no. 1 in the United States by the U.S. News and World Report since the rankings’ inception. Its MBA program has been ranked the best in the world by the Financial Times from 2000 to 2009, and was again ranked No. 1 in 2011 (tied with London Business School). – Wikipedia
About Wharton Africa Business Forum
“The Wharton Africa Business Forum, first hosted in 1981, is one of the oldest and largest Africa investment focused events in the United States.
Consistent with Wharton’s emphasis on global initiatives and innovation, the Forum draws together the world’s top business minds and Africa’s top business executives to debate the themes and best practices that are driving growth and development on the continent.
More than 500 participants, representing institutional investors from the USA and Europe, the African diaspora, and the world’s top MBA students, engaging with 40+ executive thought leaders from the continent.”