Leverage Social Media Strategies to Grow Biz & Secure Brand Partnerships
Dine Diaspora is excitedly preparing for their upcoming workshops this month and this week, Eden Hagos will join them for an informative workshop about her media platform, BLACK FOODIE.
Eden Hagos is a celebrated Ethiopian-Canadian host, food writer, and founder of BLACK FOODIE, Eden Hagos, shares winning digital technology strategies she used to grow her 100k+ community of food enthusiasts and develop a global Black diaspora business brand identity that aligns with her personal values.
She will be be presenting on Thursday, November 12th, 202 from midday to 1:00pm EST online at Dine Diaspora’s virtual event powered by Facebook.
Then next week, Dine Diaspora follows that event up with South African trained chef Mogau Seshoene, who will talk about her ground breaking work with The Lazy Makoti in another workshop promises to be exciting like the first one.
The award-winning Mogau Seshoene who is also a cookbook author, and founder of The Lazy Makoti, shares how she leveraged social media to build a strong and culture-conscious brand identity that secures partnerships with brands, publishers and more.
Seshoene’s slot begins this Wednesday, November 18th, from 12:00-1:00pm EST. For more information about about both events, click this link to register.
Dine Diaspora is an agency based in Washington, DC that amplifies the influence of African food culture around the world. We work with culinary creatives and brands to drive value in new and existing markets. To learn more about them visit www.dinediaspora.com.
Source: Dine Diaspora
Oral Ofori is Founder and Publisher at www.TheAfricanDream.net, a digital storyteller and producer, and also an information and research consultant.