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LinkedIn Workshop: A hands on guide on using LinkedIn to achieve results for your brand.

Linkedin workshop with Fauntee

Linkedin workshop with FaunteeLinkedIn Workshop with Faustina Anyanwu (aka @fauntee)
At the moment, LinkedIn has 15m prospects in the UK that you can reach quickly and easily to promote your business.

LinkedIn helps you find new prospects everyday of the week for FREE

Like any other networking platform, it’s only when you make good use of your space that you can get the results you want.

This workshop will help you learn how to avoid lasting damage to your brand, getting the right attention, identifying and connecting with real potential clients from the platform.

Faustina will use her step by step, easy to follow, resulting getting guide to help you get a grip with handling your LinkedIn tactics for better result.

Work with MBW PR and get it right every time.

Faustina will teach you a strategic approach on how to use Linkedin to generate the leads you want and how to position your brand to the right audience.

You will learn;

• Writing the perfect profile

• Content creation

• Identifying and attracting the right audience

• Turning connections into leads and opportunities

. Setting up and managing your business page

This course will be delivered via online webinar and is limited to only 5 guests at a time. So hurry Book your date:

About Faustina:
Faustina is the founder and CEO of Divas of Colour International Women’s forum, the most prestigious and only festival for women of colour in UK.
Co-founder and Chief Editor of C. Hub MagazineCo-Founder and publisher at Faunteewrites Limited.
She is also the founder of MBW PR, Pearlwoman magazine and CA Awards.
Through social media, she has been able to transform a no budget business to a several globally recognisable brands. She has since won contracts and worked with Blue chip companies winning sponsorships from such as Worldremit, Lyca mobile, Lebara mobile, Fashion Fair UK, to mention a few.

Client’s Testimony

Sis, I have just been invited to speak at a national research conference in Toronto Canada, Nov, 2018. Sis, I did what you told me to do. You inspire me , you are a life coach.” – Juliet Okoye.

Date and Time:
11th January 2018 – 6.00pm

12th January 2018 – 6.00pm

13th January 2018 – 6.00pm

14th January 2018 – 6.00pm

Price: £75 per person per session.


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Book launch: Mount Moriah by Juliet Okoye.

Juliet Okoye Mount Moriah Book launch

Mount Moriah: A Place of Sacrifice and Provision

Mount Moriah


Mount Moriah
£7.99


By: Juliet Okoye, Forwarded by Oscar Guobadia
Format: Ebook and Paperback
Size: Number of pages: 120, Dimensions: 198 x 130 mm
Publisher: Faunteewrites Limited
ISBN: 9780993041792

“Mount Moriah is a book of inspiration that helps to understand the different ways we sacrifice and the provisions that are available during those times.”

Synopsis:

The Lord wanted to test Abraham’s love and faith, and told him to sacrifice his son Isaac (who was the child of promise). He did not doubt God or ask questions, rather he obediently took the child to Mount Moriah to sacrifice. Right there, at the point of sacrificing his son, the Lord stopped him and provided a lamb to use instead.

The Lord did not only provide, He became certain of Abraham’s trust and love for Him. What are we sacrificing today? Could God be testing our faith and love for Him? Could He have already made provisions available? This book explains it all using the writer’s personal testimonies and journey with God.

About the Author

Juliet Okoye Mount Moriah Book launch

Other details:

Faunteewrites Books.

Mount Moriah


Mount Moriah
£7.99


UK: £7.99

US: $9.99

Where to Buy

Amazon, Waterstones, Book depository, Eden Books and more…

For Wholesale enquiries –
Email: books@fauntee.com
Phone: 02035321354.
Post: Faunteewrites Limited. Royal Arsenal Gatehouse, SE18 6AR.

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Book Launch: Our World in Metaphors by Prince Eze Ihenacho

Book launch : Our World in Metaphors.

Book launch : Our World in Metaphors.Prince Eze Ihenacho cordially invites members of the public, book lovers, reviewers, and friends to the launch of his latest book, Our World In Metaphors: Driven By The Truth.

Date: Saturday 13th August.
Time: 5.00PM – 11.30pm (Buffet served at 5 – 6pm prompt).
Venue:Empire Lounge (Bar and Restaurant) , 777 Old Kent Road. London, SE15 1NZ

About the book

Register to attend. Free Entry

Our world like the human body have different parts bringing their unique attributes together in one accord in order to function at its best.

Our World in Metaphors Driven by the Truth. Eze IhenachoOur World In Metaphors, Driven By the Truth’ offers thought provoking insight into the state of our world as a body that requires thorough overhauling, repairs and or replacement of damaged parts.

Be the first to read this evocative piece from the renowned philosopher, author of the acclaimed ‘Humility of the Brain in defence for humanity.’
Read more

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Buy Your tickets: Divas of colour 2016

We’re excited to have you back for the 3rd edition of Divas of colour . This year, we promise you an even bigger, better and more daring event with our partners, exhibitors and sponsors.

Divas of colour as usual is a whole day event comprising of Trade show, fashion show and award night. Each session of the event has its separate ticket . Please make sure you’ve chosen the event you like to attend.

DATE: 26 March 2016

Time: 12 noon – 5pm, 6.30 – 11.30pm

VENUE: Hilton Hotel Tower Bridge London , SE1 2BY (2 mins walk from London Bridge tube station ;nearest station too).

Posted by Divas of colour on Monday, 22 February 2016

Frequently asked questions.

  1. Can children attend? Yes. Children can attend trade and fashion show but not in the night.
  2. Are children paying? For trade show no. For Fashion show yes children over 10 years must have their tickets.
  3. Is there packing at the venue? There is a limited parking space on the street, these are not guaranteed on a busy day.
  4. Any food or refreshments served?  Check that your ticket has that package.
  5. Will there be ticket sales at the door? NO. Ticket sales will close a week before the event.
  6. Can I attend all the events? Any concession with the tickets? Yes. See the packages below.
  7. I’m from the press. How can I get press pass? Follow the link here

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Press Accreditation Divas of colour 2016

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CA Award 2015 in pictures.

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HRM Theodora Oyebade received ICON recognition at the star studded CA award .

CHub Magazine Awards 2015 39.JPGwmLast Saturday C. Hub magazine Creativity Award (CA award) awarded 42 highly creative individuals. Of the 42, there were 6 ICON recognition recipients of which HRM was one of them. Along side Dr Alistair Soyode founder BEN TV, Mr Akin Salami founder OHTV, Pauline Long founder BEFFTA, Dr Nkem Ezeilo (celebrity healthy Lifestyle GP), Emmanuel Anyiam, founder British Urban Film Festival and HRM Theodora Oyebade , the pioneer and president of Nollywood UK producers and actor’s guild, movie producer and PR guru.
Her Royal Majesty was recognised for her role in bringing Nollywood to a lime light in the UK, creating and making ways for the growth of African Film industry in the UK and Europe.
Co-Director of the award’s body CA awards, Faustina Anyanwu said, “HRM Theodora Oyebade is a phenominal woman and a prominent face as far as Nollywood UK is concerned. She has played a unique and important role not just in the movie industry but in the general entertainment and creative industry, she has supported so many to be able to take off in their visions and career parts. This is why we have bestowed on her this recognition.”
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No doubt HRM’s presence was one of the highlights of the event as she and her husband Chief Ayo Oyebade gave a spectacularly romantic dance to Carol Jiani’s soulful performance to the amazement of the audience who kept clapping and vividly enjoyed it.
Queen Theo looked radiant and beautifully glamorous in her Black lace and Blue satin full dress by the fabulous designer Helen Peggy designs , make up by Tisco Beauty , and hair elegantly designed by Libeks Beauty Consultant.
In fact she stole the show especially on the C. Hub magazine #Bluecarpet . Now we can not wait to see what she comes up with as 2016 rolls in for another creative year.
For the full press release for the star studded CA award 2015, please click here . Follow the convo on Twitter and Instagram on @C_hubmagazine with the hash tag #CAaward2015
Some more moments at the CA award .
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Faustina Anyanwu’s speech at Divas of colour 2015.

Fauntee speaking“Today, I would like to thank God for all His mercies and directions, good health and bringing you all safely. Thank you so much my dear husband, mentor, spiritual powerhouse and my Executive Director. My daughters, Chelsea, Danielle and Jidechi, my mum , my aunt – Mrs Caroline Osuagwu and everyone whose support has made today possible. And thank you all for finding time out of your busy schedule to be with us today as we celebrate our women.

Divas of colour as you all know is a special day to recognise, reward and celebrate the contributions of women of colour from around the globe. It is a powerful day to empower, inspire, motivate and most importantly discover the best of our women. It is a day to remind us who we are and where we stand in the world.

As a woman, you stand at the centre of the universe and you have the ultimate power to control its turns and moves. You are the mother of mankind. As women, we are the powerhouse of life, the key to family and through you every society is born.

But it baffles me to know that in this day and age 1 in 3 women will be raped, abused and experience sexual harassment in her lifetime.

It baffles me to know that in this day and age, we’re still talking of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). We still talk about forced marriages. We still talk about child bride, honour killing, sex selective abortion and so many other horrendous atrocities to degrade the woman.

Yes. We still talk about these things because women have refused to stand up for each other. For their daughters and for our girls . Women have forgotten their primary role which is to protect especially our young ones, and to hold our families together in love and gentleness.

This is not a time for me to blame the men. Today, I want to remind us women that we have willingly given up our power simply because of material things we want to acquire. Because we have refused to take up our primary role which is to nurture and protect. I ask you, who gave birth to the man who rapes , molest and harass women?

We make excuses. We call ourselves vulnerable. Yes we’re vulnerable, but , our vulnerability is our strongest power to control the world. Our vulnerability is our strongest tool to lead, to help, to understand, and to mend.

Our strength is in our vulnerability. Being vulnerable is no longer an excuse.

Our vulnerability can only become weakness when we as women continue to sit and watch our world turn upside down and crumble beneath us and we still sit.

Our Vulnerability becomes weakness when we see a fellow woman struggling to survive and we neglect or even judge her instead of stepping in to help.

We become weak when our young daughter tells us she’s been raped by a family member and we’re the first to shut her up, victimize, call her a disgrace and tells her she caused the rape.

We are weak when as women in position, we’re part of leadership that will sit on files of evidence that should give abused girls justice. We are weak because women these days fabricate rape just to earn some more money, gain position or for fame. We are weak because we are happy to gossip and tear our fellow woman down on social media even at her lowest moments. We are weak because we let ego stand in the way of love. We no longer watch each others back.

Today, it is our responsibility to reclaim our power even as we celebrate the contributions we have made. It is our responsibility to highlight the efforts of our women past and present. In doing so we’re able to channel the next generation on the part of real girl power which is to rediscover who we are as women and where our power lies.

As women we are powerful and beautifully made. When my mother was faced with extreme domestic violence, her mother, my grandmother did not judge her daughter or let her rot in marriage in order to protect family name. She stretched out her hands, takes her daughter and pregnancy plus three little ones. Without the strength and love of these women, there may not have been me today. There may not have been Divas of colour today. This is strength, this is power.

We need to reignite the strength and power that women before us showed . Women like Maya Angelou, Mary Seacole, Harriet Tubman and many others. Even in their imperfection, the showed how perfect a woman’s strength can be. We need to start thinking like the 10,000 women who stood up against the British Colonial masters in Nigeria – The Aba women’s riot till date is one of the most successful stand up against the government in history.

We need to start thinking like women and know that for us to keep our glory as queens and princesses, we must take up our primary roles with diligence and grace, pull up our clothes once more and be ladies who change the world for good.

Thank you.

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Donate to Protect the child campaign

ProtectTheChild campaignWhat is Protect the Child campaign ?

Every year, Divas of colour chooses a cause and charities to support. Over the next 8 months, Divas of colour will continue to help these charities to raise awareness on the need to protect the children as well as raise funds for them.  Our last campaign raised £400 for depression Alliance . This season, our chosen charities are Girl Child Network Worldwide and Star Children Initiative.  More about the charities are below.

What can your donation do?

Since its formation Girl Child Network Zimbabwe rescued over 70,000 girls from rape and supported their healing, empowerment and building them into confident young women. With the other programs the organisation facilitated leadership training as well as education support for over 300,000 girls over a period of ten years.

Since last year, Star Children Initiative has provided 40 wheelchairs, 30 crutches, 20 white canes for visually impaired students, 6 typewriters for the blind. They have also been training parents of disabled children as well as their healthcare providers.

These charities are doing tremendous works and your donations will help them reach the children in the grassroots .

Our target with this campaign is £2000. If  100 people donated £20 or if 20 people donated £100 today, this fundraising will be an easy ride. However we welcome any amount of donation.

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Divas of colour 2016 Award Nominations now open

In support of our chosen charities Girl Child Network Global and Star Children Initiative

Divas of colour is the largest gathering of world’s most powerful women of colour from around the globe.  Previous recipients include – Muzvare Betty Makoni (CNN Hero), Rep Dee Dawkins-Heigler (Georgia State Representative), Prof. E  Anionwu (Professor Emeritus University of London) ,  Veteran Journalist, Sherry Ann Dixon (Former Editor in Chief Pride Magazine), Pauline Long,  Cllr Anna Mbachu, Cllr Kate Anolue, among many others

2016 Nominations are now open to women of African, Asian and Caribbean origin around the globe. You do not have to be resident in the UK to be put forward for an award. Your work speaks for you.

NOMINATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED, watch out for the finalists and 2017 updates .

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