ASCOM 2021

Making communication a powerful lever for performance: on June 10 was held the 8th edition of ASCOM, the great meeting of communicators who make Africa. Under the theme “Communicate to resist and bounce back”, resilience was in the spotlight.

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Podcast #JigeenBusiness

As part of the #GenerationEquality Campaign, the French Embassy in Senegal launches the podcast “Deugueur Bop! The podcast for bold women”. Join Seynabou Dia Sall, Thiaba Camara Sy from the Women’s Investment Club (WIC) and Isseu Diop Sakho from the MBURU Network in the episode #JigeenBusiness.

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African Entrepreneurial Mindset

Valuing the Afro-champions who are driving the economic, social, cultural and political transformation of the African continent: for African Entrepreneurial Mindset, Seynabou Dia Sall talked about her background, the firm’s ambitions, her vision of leadership, her commitment to women’s empowerment and youth entrepreneurship.

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Africa Communications Week 2021

Global Mind Consulting is delighted and honored to be associated once again with Africa Communications Week for its 5th Edition around the theme “Changing perceptions about Africa, what next? A question that particularly resonates with our mission: changing the narrative of our continent.

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WATHI: Women’s participation in political, economic and social spheres

Valuing and encouraging the role of women in the economic, political and cultural development of our countries: in an interview with WATHI Think Tank, Seynabou Dia shares her vision of women’s participation in political, economic and social sphere in Senegal. What levers should be used to encourage, support and accelerate the development of projects led by women?

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Seynabou Dia named among the 40 most inspiring African women in Communication and Media, in French-speaking Africa and its diaspora.

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Seynabou Dia: In the steps of African development

CEO of Global Mind Consulting, winner of the “Woman Entrepreneur of the Year” award at the HUB AFRICA Awards in 2017, self-employed entrepreneur Seynabou Dia is redoubling her inventiveness to accompany the continent’s various players towards the success of their ambitions. Today, she reveals her journey and her motivations.

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Opinion: International Women’s Rights Day

Every March 8, the media, social networks, politicians, everyone agrees to “celebrate” International Women’s Rights Day. But let’s press pause for a moment, and take a step back. What is the meaning behind this day? Why is it important to keep talking about it, and more importantly, what resonance does it have on the African continent?

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Naole Media White Paper

On the occasion of the launch by Naole Media of the very first White Paper on Public Relations Trends in Francophone Africa in 2021, Seynabou Dia Sall shares, alongside other experts, her vision of public relations for the years to come. In particular: the need to put people back at the heart of our missions and the new roles of responsibility and resilience of organizations.

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Women & leadership in Senegal

To the many obstacles linked to their gender, they have responded with their skills. More and more of them are occupying positions that were previously reserved for men. Self-entrepreneurs or general managers, how have Senegalese women broken the glass ceiling? What visible or invisible obstacles do they still have to fight against in 2021? How to make their careers evolve?

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GMC in the press