TEDxAccra Announces Lineup Of Exciting Speakers, Partners With CEEK VR

TEDxAccra is pleased to announce its partnership with award-winning, premium, streaming platform CEEK VR, for an unprecedented virtual reality experience. 

After a five-year hiatus, TEDxAccra is planning on making an unforgettable comeback promising a highly curated interactive virtual experience for CEEKERS, thanks to CEEK VR! The partnership underscores TEDxAccra’s theme of “Forces That Unite” inspired by the famous 1963 “Africa Must Unite” speech, delivered by Ghana’s first president, and the father of modern-day Pan-Africanism, Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah. 

“We are excited to partner with CEEK for what promises to be a unique and immersive experience for audiences,” noted Kojo Oppong, organiser of TEDxAccra. “We also wanted to make sure that this experience was available to all, and thanks to CEEK’s free streaming, this will be a reality!”

“TEDxAccra and CEEK is an organic partnership”, said Mary Spio, Founder and CEO of CEEK VR. “CEEK is pioneering audience virtual experiences globally and partnering with TEDxAccra is a natural step in advancing our mission of helping event creators produce exquisite direct to fan experiences in the virtual world.”

The speakers for this year’s TEDxAccra are already generating buzz and excitement. They include Eugene Ayisi; Founding Director, Dominion Capital, Ivy Prosper; Founder and Owner of Prosper Creative Group, Max Rivera; Head of EMEA Expansion at SNAP Inc., Bernard Sokpe; Co-Founder of Brandmeister and Ripple Influence, Amma Gyampo; Co-Founder and CEO of Scale up Africa, Jacqueline Jones; Head of Strategic Partnerships For Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging at LinkedIn, Joshua Andrews-Egyir;  Educator and Youth Activist and Kym Oliver; Co-Founder of Triple Cripple, more to be announced.

TEDxAccra will be held on March 6, 2021, and March 7, 2021, and can be streamed for free on www.ceek.com

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