Welcome to the latest instalment of your Movemeback Newsletter – bringing you exciting African opportunities, and the latest from the Movemeback Community.
If you follow us on social media you should be aware from our many announcements of our partnership with LSE for the Africa Summit 2015. If in the unlikely case you weren’t aware, two things: Where have you been? Follow us, we have exciting updates you just can’t afford to miss out on! With that said, we are pleased to […]
A couple of weeks ago we launched our inaugural newsletter for our lucky members; packed with exciting African opportunities, inspirational stories and more. If you’re not already a member what are you waiting for? If you are already a member we would like to share a few quick tips to ensure you don’t miss out on the weekly treasure. 1. Add Movemeback […]
Ever taken a cab, dared to gaze down, and witnessed the road whizzing past beneath your feet?… One of those journeys where you have chosen to divorce yourself from reality, pretend that what you’re experiencing is perfectly normal and that your safety is not actually at risk? I had this pleasure when taking a yellow taxi in Lagos last summer […]
As the year draws towards an end and we take time to focus on the things that matter, we would like to take a moment to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year in advance. We’d also like to thank you for your support in helping us on our way to build the awesome community that […]
In our first press mention – the gifted Inez Sarkodee-Adoo writes a fantastic synopsis of the TEDxEuston 2014 FacingForward series of talks, which aimed to reflect the ideas and inspired thinking of a new generation of African leaders. In her article, Inez explores the collective function of the African diaspora and their role in the context of the African growth story, […]
Movemeback aspires to become the internationally trusted channel through which Africa interacts and partners with individuals, organisations and institutions across the rest of the world, specifically but by no means limited to those individuals and organisations that represent the African diaspora. We’re making Africa’s most exciting and unique opportunities accessible to overseas talent and partners.