In January 2019, Paper Bag Africa introduced its #unHeardSeries project, a BiMonthly conversations that connect people of note from different spaces of influence such as entertainment, sports, civic, business and etc, with their followers. The individuals are of Zimbabwean origin, operating within the country, across Africa or around the globe. The pilot conversation featuring US Based Celebrity Reporter – Makho Ndlovu, was a huge success with an incredible turn out. Makho’s natural wit and charisma made it easier and more exciting to have a dialogue around her field of work.
Following its success, on the 2nd of March, Paper Bag Africa in collaboration with Ster Kinekor, FMG and Charleson Atelier, will host the second leg of the conversations with Bulawayo born – Tendai Luwo, a former Christian Brothers College student. #unHeardSeries with Tendai will focus on The Art of Connecting You to Me to the World. Tendai who is a Digital Strategist, Creative Director and Storyteller, has worked with MTV Base, Channel O, The Voice Nigeria, Idols South Africa, Zambezi Magic and Gagasi FM, among many other outstanding works. He is passionate about brand development, authentic storytelling, mining suppliers, textile industry, bottling and e-commerce. Secure your seat for the event on the Paper Bag Africa Facebok page here:
This initiative is an exciting one that connects people, making them realise that their own dreams are valid and can be achieved. We hope to get our local based entrepreneurs to think outside the box and realise that they have so much capability and things to offer to the rest of the world
– expressed Charlotte Sengu | PR Assistant at Paper Bag Africa
We cannot wait to have Tendai Luwo sharing on how he has kept going as a Digital Strategist and Storyteller. Above all, how important it is to stay authentic to one’s self. FREE Registration has already opened online and we look forward to seeing all from different spaces of influence.
– Gilmore Tee
The remaining of #unHeardSeries will be held in May, July, September and November, respectively. More outstanding speakers are lined up for the rest of the year. Follow Paper Bag Africa on all social media platforms to make sure you never miss anything and expand your creative reach. Besides the knowledge shared by the speakers, the #unHeardSeries is a good platform to meet fellow creatives and entrepreneurs, network, and make good connections.
Here are the highlights of what you missed out on the first episode: