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Charles O’tudor Brand Master Class second edition holds tomorrow


Brand strategist and entrepreneur, Charles O’Tudor is gearing up to hold the second edition of Charles O’Tudor Brand Master Class Season Two (COBM02). The event, which coincides with O’Tudor’s 47th birthday, is a special giveback to the society. The anticipation and clamour for participation since O’Tudor unveiled plans for the second edition has consistently been on the rise.

The event will feature stirring and innovative sessions, where partakers will be led on how to plan, build and implement a winning brand from brief to creation and implementation. It would hold tomorrow in Lekki, Lagos.

According to O’Tudor, the brand master class is for “entrepreneurs who are passionate about growth, who desire real impact and are hungry for improvement. Entrepreneurship has been found to be capable of making greater impact on the economy and nation, the quality of life of her people through economic growth, employment generation and repositioning Nigeria as an emerging economic giant. It’s for these reasons that I have chosen to give back to Nigeria through the Charles O’Tudor Brand Master Class Series For Exceptional Entrepreneurs.”

Some of the speakers include successful world-renowned brand strategists, British-born Claudine Moore, who runs an impressive PR and communications career that spans top global agencies and Fortune 100 brands across multiple markets. Moore has held senior leadership roles in agencies such as McCann Erickson (MRM) and Grey. She was also the U.S. Regional Director, Media, Marketing and Business Development for PR giant, Hill & Knowlton Strategies.

Musheer Alambert has over 12 years of experience in financial industry, working on assignments in North America, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. Most recently, he led multinational engagement teams to manage audits for the National Bank of Abu Dhabi across its global network, which extends to 150 locations and 18 countries, and has assets of over $100 billion.

Nigeria’s Chukwuka Monye is Managing Partner of Ciuci Consulting and Director-General of Delta Economic Summit Group. Monye is an innovation strategist, corporate development and consumer intelligence expert.

One of the event’s sponsors, African Wealth Report, has also volunteered to support the best five entrepreneurs with the most resounding business plans to Switzerland to gain more skills. Air Peace will also be giving out five free local return tickets to outstanding entrepreneurs, who can distinguish themselves in their chosen fields.O’Tudor has earlier announced that he would host 1007 entrepreneurs this year, selected based on viability of their businesses and their desire to be at the ‘Master Class’, after applying online at

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