Arts & Culture

OPENSPACE GLOBAL: Festival of Conversations

2:00 pm - 8:00 pm | 19 December 2020
Basecamp Initiative | Free

OPENSPACE is a pro-African platform and event series for thinkers, business professionals, creatives and entrepreneurs.

Join us, in partnership with Birthright AFRICA, as we celebrate the end of 2020, and walk into 2021 with clarity and purpose.

The Openspace Global Festival promises to be a full day’s event, which will be held both in person and virtually, with global moderators selected from different industries.

Register to attend here

No matter where you are, you can join us and interact with our global community as we tackle and discuss topics ranging from entrepreneurship, technology, creativity and the culture.

If you are located in Ghana or are hopping on a plane to celebrate December in Ghana, join us at Basecamp Initiative where we will be gathering to have these engaging thought provoking conversations together. If not, the beauty of being a hybrid event is that you can join us from wherever you are and pick and choose which conversation you want to join as your schedule allows.

The event will be crowned by a hybrid (physical/virtual) concert and networking session hosted by our partners Moonlight Cafe. The live music and interaction will be geared to thrill our global audiences as we celebrate African artistry and culture.

Speaker Line Up

 

About OPENSPACE

OPENSPACE is a pro-African platform and event series for thinkers, business professionals, creatives and entrepreneurs. Through safe spaces created in diverse locations across different cities worldwide, we are a growing community for peer learning, intelligent conversation, networking and collaboration on different aspects of our socio-economic world.

Our workshops, huddles and experiences have focused on diverse topics such as: ‘Dissecting the Ghanaian Work Ethic’, ‘Setting Up A Business in Africa – The Diasporan Perspective’, ‘Mental Health in the Workplace’ and ‘Maximising the Economic Benefit of Africa’s New Dominance in Pop Culture’.

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