BrandArena: New Leadership Emerge at EXMAN as Tade Adekunle Becomes new President

Monday, 15 July 2019

New Leadership Emerge at EXMAN as Tade Adekunle Becomes new President

The Project Consultant and Chief Executive Officer, Keskese Limited, Tade Adekunle has been elected as the new President of Experiential Marketers Association of Nigeria (EXMAN).

He emerged winner as the new President of the Association at the general election held at the 6th Annual General Meeting of EXMAN in Lagos.

Abiodun Richard Oshinibosi, Project Marshall of another foremost Nigerian agency, ABELINIS emerged as the association’s Vice President, former Publicity Secretary of EXMAN, Rotimi Rhodes came back as its Secretary General, Kola Oyebade emerged its Financial Secretary while Titi Seun-Oremade, General Manager of Sodium Brand Solutions emerged its new Publicity Secretary.

Mr. Adekunle took over from the immediate past president of EXMAN and the Managing Director, Ideas House, Kehinde Salami.

Delivering his inaugural speech, Adekunle commended the efforts of the outgoing executives and averred that his leadership would focus more on capacity building which involves training of its members on new trends in the industry both locally and internally.

He added that his vision would be to reposition the association in order to make it relevant and earn the respect it deserves in the IMC sector and the society at large.

“Our immediate past executives have done quite a lot and they have moved the association to greater heights. We started six years ago and every year, the association has always climbed a rung higher. In that space of little time, we have a code of conduct that regulates not just our sector but other sectors who now borrow our code of conduct as well.

“This year also, the outgoing excos have secured a befitting secretariat for our association. I only hope I can wear the great shoes left behind by the outgoing President, Mr. Kehinde Salami. I can however assure you that it can only get higher with the support of everyone.

“No doubt, we will continue to compete but with a plain mind and we will all succeed out there if we combine forces, not only to continue to be relevant within the association but in Nigeria as a whole. That is why we all need to contribute our quota,” he said.

No comments:

Post a Comment