Djembe Communications expands footprint in Africa

New wholly owned offices in Ghana and Morocco; Mauritius on the radar
Mitchell Prather, Managing Director, Djembe
Mitchell Prather, Managing Director, Djembe


Djembe Communications, the Pan-African communications consultancy, has its sights set for continued growth in the second half of 2016. Djembe recently established offices in Accra, Ghana which will support client projects in West Africa and in Rabat, Morocco, which will serve as a regional hub for the Maghreb region. Furthermore, the African consultancy has plans to establish an office in Mauritius to further solidify its position across the continent.

Djembe has also been recognised with industry awards this year. Djembe's Managing Director, Mitchell Prather said: "Djembe's growth is a mirror image of what we are witnessing with our clients, who are actively pursuing opportunities in the region. Djembe is implementing impactful communication programs to support their growth strategies while building strong reputations for our clientele on the global stage.We are therefore delighted to be working with quality clients in the private and public sectors, as together we look to change Africa's narrative to one of a region with enormous potential."

Djembe has further expanded its team with strategic recruits in senior positions across the Consultancy's network of wholly owned offices. These include Debbie Ghamkhar, a former Franklin Fellow with the U.S. Department of State to serve as country manager of the U.S., Walid Al Alaoui, founder of the leading Moroccan digital agency, Azur Systems, as the consultancy's Digital Director and Country Manager of Morocco and Toyin Dania, former strategic project manager at African Foundation for Development as Djembe's country manager in Ghana.


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