Top bloggers in Ghana meet to capture Africa’s fertile blogosphere Updated for 2021

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Updated: March 2, 2021

Leading PR and Rating firm, Avance Media is set to host the first edition of the Ghana Bloggers Summit which comes off on 1st and 2nd November at the SBIncubator located in the Silver Star Towers in Accra.

According to the Managing Director of Avance Media, Prince Akpah, the summit is being organized to support the building of a vibrant community of Ghanaian bloggers, foster international partnerships and provide an avenue to network, learn and share.

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Key among activities to take place during the 2 days summit would be, a Bloggers Lounge, an all-Female Bloggers Panel, Breakout Sessions, Keynote Presentations, the announcement of the 2019 Top 50 Ghanaian Bloggers Ranking among many others.

The summit will also feature a SDGs competition for bloggers dubbed the Next Top Blogger. The competition is expected to be used as an opportunity to support upcoming bloggers who have dedicated their platforms to champion the SDGs in Ghana and beyond.

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