Photograph — LIVIN SPACES

The African Culture is one that has continued to strive through thick and thin while maintaining its beauty and diversification across the continent. There have been many organizations that have served as vehicles for Africa’s cultural growth, and WISH Africa is one of them.

WISH Africa is a media and marketing platform focused on the development of culture and commerce in  Africa. While some might question several myths of the African Culture, WISH portrays the positive image of Africa and Africans on the continent and in the diaspora.

This modern African excellence team champions Africa’s richness across several fields such as Travel, Architecture, Fashion, Real estate, Tech, Art & Design, and even Food. On Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th of June 2019, it will be launching its inaugural multi-industry conference at Olympia London, Kensington, London.

Like Richard Mullin said, “The only man I envy is the man who has not yet been to Africa- for he has so much to look forward to.”, WISH calls on individuals who are culturally curious about Africa to grace this noble event.

The expo will feature panel discussions by renowned industry experts such as Yinka Shonibare CBE, Artist; Ezzie Chidi-Ofong, Head of Video for Conde Nast; Alex Schoch, Senior Energy Director, TESLA and Amb. Abdesslame Aboudrar, Moroccan Ambassador to the UK to name a few.

The expo will focus on four countries from four corners of the African continent: Morocco (representing the North), Kenya (representing the East), Nigeria (representing the West) and South Africa (representing the South).

Following this London expo, the event will next be held in Morocco in 2020, followed by Nigeria in 2021, Kenya in 2022 and South Africa in 2023.

Serving on WISH’s advisory board include Mo Abudu, one of Nigeria’s top media mogul who recently bagged a Médailles D’Honneur award. WISH is set to tell better stories about Africa.

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