On Sept. 13, <a href="http://face2faceafrica.com/" target="_blank"><strong>Face2Face Africa</strong></a>, a premier media and events company, hosted a networking event at The Trump World Bar in New York City. Professionals from industries including finance, technology and media got the chance to mix and mingle. Sponsors of the event were Arik Airlines and State Farm, and companies and organizations in attendance included The New York Stock Exchange, the African Movies Academy Awards, the Peace Corps, the Africa-America Institute and the New York Society of Security Analysts. Check out a few photos from the event.
<strong>Face2Face Africa co-founders Sandra Appiah (left) and Isaac Boateng (third from left) are seen with F2FA staff and event host and <a href="http://www.blackenterprise.com/" target="_blank"><strong>BlackEnterprise.com</strong></a> producer, Janell Hazelwood (far right)</strong>
(Photos by Daniel Depass)
Professionals from event sponsor State Farm enjoyed the night of networking.
Face2Face Africa staff and other attendees connected during the event.
Face2Face Africa's Isaac Boateng, with a Peace Corps representative
Representatives from several philanthropic organizations mingled and presented to a packed room.
Attendees enjoyed music and got the chance to meet other professionals in their fields at the event.
Networking event attendees with Arik Airlines' Kobi Brew-Hammond
Face2Face's Isaac Boateng is seen with Shanta Bryant Gyan, president of SBG Communications. Bryant Gyan was representing for the Africa-America Institute at the event.
Face2Face Africa's Isaac Boateng with event host Janell Hazelwood, Ibom L.L.C. founder Anie Akpe-Lewis and Arik Airlines' Kobi Brew-Hammond
Event attendees represented a variety of industries, from financial services to healthcare.
Face2Face Africa's Isaac Boateng (right) shares a quip with Peace Anyiam-Osigwe, CEO and founder of the African Movie Academy Awards.