Joel Nettey: Ghanaian becomes 1st African world president of International Advertising Association (IAA)

Joel Nettey: Ghanaian becomes 1st African world president of International Advertising Association (IAA)

- Joel E. Nettey, a top Ghanaian professional, has become the 1st African to be appointed as the president of the International Advertising Association (IAA)

- The CEO of Innova DDB, Ghana, is now to lead the entire global compass for marketing and communications

- Before his recent appointment, Joel Nettey also served as the president for the IAA’s chapter in Ghana for some time

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A Ghanaian professional named Joel E. Nettey has been appointed as the world president and chairman of the renowned International Advertising Association (IAA).

According to reports sighted by YEN.com.gh on myjoyonline.com and 3news.com, Joel Nettey has become the very first African to hold the highly coveted position.

Srinivasan Swamy, the former world president, handed over the baton to Joel at a world board meeting of the IAA held virtually on October 5, 2020.

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Joel Nettey: Ghanaian becomes 1st African world president of International Advertising Association (IAA)

Joel Nettey: Ghanaian becomes 1st African world president of International Advertising Association (IAA) Source: Ghanaweb.com, 3news.com
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Joel Nettey, who is the CEO of Innova DDB, Ghana, is now to lead the entire global compass for marketing and communications.

It is indicated that the marketing communications professional, has over twenty years of experience leading, creating and shaping campaigns for some of the most iconic brands.

Joel has also been chief executive of various multinational marketing communications agency affiliates in Ghana including DDB, Saatchi & Saatchi and Publicis.

Joel Nettey, before his recent appointment, also served as the president for the IAA’s chapter in Ghana for some time.

In a separate report by YEN.com.gh, two women who have been captured dancing wildly to a campaign song by the National Democratic Congress (NDC) are fast going viral on social media.

In a video spotted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Facebook handle of Mina Vich More, a branded NDC vehicle had speakers that played the campaign song and the ladies decided to turn the street into a serious dancefloor.

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However, it was not the manner in which they danced energetically that was the most intriguing part of the show they put up.

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