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CONTENT

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64 Years of Achieving Impact

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AIESEC in Numbers

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AIESEC Ghana – 52 Years of Achieving Impact

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We Are Because We Believe

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Our Products

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National Partner

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Gold Silver Bronze Breakdown

Global Talent Sourcing

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Conferences and Events

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National Conferences The Student Apprentice Challenge (SAC)

Events

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Youth to Business Forum (Y2B) Business Breakfast

Corporate Social Investment/Responsibility Solutions

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What Are They Saying?

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AIESEC Ghana National Board of Advisors

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Some AIESEC Global Partners

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Contact

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64 YEARS OF ACHIEVING IMPACT In 1948 after World War II, some young individual from seven countries decided to make their world a better place and prevent a third World War. They came together to simply facilitate study tours with the aim of “… promoting friendly relations between members.” This has generated into a world phenomena after 64 years of ensuring “peace and fulfillment of humankind’s potential”, AIESEC is the world’s largest youth-run organization. Active in over 1700 universities across more than 110 countries and territories, with over 80,000 active members. Our international platform enables young people to explore and develop their leadership potential for them to have a positive impact in society.

AIESEC in Numbers

AIESEC IN NUMBERS

111 countries and territories

Over 1700 universities

20,000 international exchange experiences for young people between July, 2011 and June, 2012

80,000 active members

24,000 team leader provided to the youth since July, 2011 to date

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AIESEC Ghana – 52 years of Achieving Impact AIESEC Ghana has been in existence since 1960 with over 700 active members from across 10 Institutions of Higher Education in Ghana. Over the years, we have provided over 5000 experiences in our Team Member, Team Leader and Exchange Programs for many Ghanaian Youth and young people from around the world.

We Are because We Believe We envision “peace and fulfillment of humankind’s potential” and we believe we are our own powerful tools and channels in achieving this. We share in Margo Strom’s saying that, "young people who are not allowed to be part of the solution will always be part of the problem." This is why we provide an international platform for young people to develop their leadership potential through, a) b) c) d)

A global learning environment Experiential leadership opportunities Practical working experiences. Live-long connection and network

Are you thinking about sustainability?

Are you developing Leaders?

Why not engage with

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We are bringing the corporate sector and the youth together in various ways on different platforms.

NATIONAL PARTNER

GLOBAL TALENT SOURCING

LOCAL TALENT POOL

AIESEC GHANA

CONFERENCES AND EVENTS

CORPORATE SOCIAL INVESTMENT/ CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY SOLUTIONS

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NATIONAL PARTNER

PRICING: GH₵ 20,000

VALUE PROPOSITION Employer Brand: Build company brand as a mark of quality among the youth of Ghana including our membership, alumni and our esteemed Global Stakeholders.

Local Talent Pool: Access to delegates at National events as well as membership database for top talent recruitment.

Training and Development: Half an hour Training and workshop presentation at National Conferences annually.

Global Talent Sourcing: Participation in AIESEC Ghana’s Global Internship Program – two international interns annually.

Tax Exemption for company contribution to AIESEC Ghana.

Smart Marketing: Branding on all AIESEC Ghana platforms as National Partner. These include website, email signatures, letterheads, training manuals, promotion tools, banners, Facebook page, and Annual Report. Unlimited number of standees at all three annual National Conferences and Annual Stakeholders’ Dinner.

Other Engagement Platforms: Four tickets to AIESEC Ghana’s Annual Stakeholders’ Dinner and invitation to National Events.

Reward and Recognition: Partnership recognition in Annual Report, at Annual Stakeholders’ Dinner and dedication of the Best LC Award to Company. Investment Tracking: Quarterly and Annual Reports (both soft and hard copies) to Company. B99/10 Orgle road, Bubuashie, Accra- Ghana | Tel: +302-222-6902 | Web: www.aiesec.org/ghana | Email: ghana@aiesec.net National Partners:

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PRICING: GH₵ 15,000

VALUE PROPOSITION

Employer Brand: Build company brand as a mark of quality among the youth of Ghana including our membership, alumni and our esteemed Global Stakeholders.

Local Talent Pool: Access to delegates at National events as well as membership database for top talent recruitment.

Training and Development: Half an hour Training and workshop presentation at two annual National Conferences.

Global Talent Sourcing: Participation in AIESEC Ghana’s Global Internship Program – one international intern.

Tax Exemption for company contribution to AIESEC Ghana.

Smart Marketing: Branding on all AIESEC Ghana platforms as National Partner. These include website, email signatures, letterheads, training manuals, promotion tools, banners, Facebook page, and Annual Report. Three standees at AIESEC Ghana’s National Conferences and two at Annual Stakeholders’ Dinner.

Other Engagement Platforms: Invitation to all AIESEC Ghana National Events and three tickets to Annual Stakeholders’ Dinner.

Reward and Recognition: Partnership recognition at AIESEC Ghana’s Annual Stakeholders’ Dinner and in Annual Report.

Investment Tracking: Quarterly and Annual reports to Company.

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PRICING: GH₵ 10,000

VALUE PROPOSITION

Employer Brand: Build company brand as a mark of quality among the youth of Ghana including our membership, alumni and our esteemed Global Stakeholders.

Local Talent: Access to membership database for top talent recruitment.

Training and Development: Half an hour Training and workshop presentation at one annual National Conference.

Global Talent Sourcing: Participation in AIESEC Ghana’s Global Internship Program – one international intern.

Tax Exemption for company contribution to AIESEC Ghana.

Smart Marketing: Branding on all AIESEC Ghana platforms as National Partner. These include website, email signatures, letterheads, training manuals, promotion tools, banners, Facebook page, and Annual Report. Two standees at AIESEC Ghana’s National Conferences and one at the Annual Stakeholders’ Dinner.

Other Engagement Platforms: Invitation to all AIESEC Ghana National Events and two tickets to AIESEC Ghana’s Annual Stakeholders’ Dinner.

Reward and Recognition: Partnership recognition at AIESEC Ghana’s Annual Stakeholders’ Dinner and in Annual Report.

Investment Tracking: Quarterly and Annual Report to Company.

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BREAK DOWN Partnership contribution is an investment generally breakable into:

Youth Leadership Developement

Member Committee Administration

Global Talent Sourcing Administration

Brand Visibility

Annual Stakeholders' Dinner

Corporate Social Responsibility/Investment

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GLOBAL TALENT SOURCING Quick Details

GLOBAL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

Duration:

The AIESEC Global Internship Program provides a global platform for young people to increase their professional knowledge and development, take an active role in their learning and the learning of others and create a cross-generational positive impact. Global Internship Program is the most effective and direct way to access AIESEC’s top talent. It is a short and long term HR Solution tailored to each partner’s requirements

Minimum – 6 weeks

AIESEC has been running this program for 64 years and now in over 110 countries and 4000 clients. The program enables organizations and companies to source high potential students and recent graduates from over 17000 universities in over 110 countries and territories. AIESEC’s Global Internship Program is an effective way for you to be able to access international talent for your company. Depending on your needs, the internships last between 6 weeks18 months, in which the intern has the space to grow, learn and share knowledge as they to handle specific short term projects or work within a team on long term strategies.

Maximum – 18 months Pool size – 80,000 Undergraduates, recent graduates, masters student from over 110 countries. Monthly salary to intern Provision of accommodation and work-related transportation

Some Global Exchange Supporters

The Difference with AIESEC Talent When companies Partner with AIESEC, they do so knowing we develop proactive leaders through our integrated experience. Participants in the internship program are members of AIESEC who have had taken responsibilities and leadership roles within our own organization and have been pre-selected to participate in it. Our members are passionate about contributing to our partners’ success as they connect with their values and objectives.

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Operational Overview     

Company: Construct needed profiles of internships and their internship job description by completing a Job Questionnaire (JQ). AIESEC Ghana: – Posts the opportunity on AIESEC’s intranet, a form and identification code is generated. A Shortlist of applicants is provided for Company to conduct interviews in collaboration with AIESEC Ghana. Company makes the hiring decisions. AIESEC Ghana provides airport pick-up, reception and integration of intern.

Estimated Processing Time: 8 weeks *Visa processing has not been factored into this timeline.

REQUIREMENTS Company must provide accommodation for interns. Otherwise, shall provide enough financial support to aid interns with their rent. The recommended amount is 150 USD per month in additional to intern’s salary. Salary of (non-Educational) intern must be higher than $450 per month. Salary of (Educational) intern must be higher than $300 per month.

PRICING

TECHNICAL • Administrative Fee: $650

MANAGEMENT • Administrative Fee: $500

EDUCATION • Administrative Fee: $300

DEVELOPMENT • Administrative Fee: $300

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CONFERENCES AND EVENTS NATIONAL CONFERENCES AIESEC Ghana has 3 major National annual conferences,

National Training and Motivational Seminar

National Leadership Development Seminar

National Planning Conference

THE NATIONAL TRAINING AND MOTIVATIONAL SEMINAR - NTMS NTMS is AIESEC GHANA’s first National conference in the AIESEC year. The purpose of this conference is to ensure there is adequate and correct knowledge for the core work and development in our Local Committees (LCs). That is, the various campuses we are present in. NTMS provides a platform,

For personal development and effectiveness. For addressing National systems development with input from the LCs. To gain external input. For networking among Members. To guide the delegates through a process of self discovery and reflection on aligning personal goals to that of the organization. To inspire and motivate the delegates for their roles in AIESEC. To increase capacity of the delegates to effectively deliver on their job roles.

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COMPETENCIES DEVELOPED

Global mindset

Social Responsibility

Entrepreneurial Outlook

Proactive learning

Emotional Intelligence

SKILLS DEVELOPED Teamwork and Team Dynamics Decision making skills Leadership skills Effective Communication

DELEGATE PROFILE

This means any young person engaging with AIESEC Ghana in any of these programs.

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EXPECTED NUMBER OF DELEGATES 300

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26 – 30 September, 2012 The host LC for this year’s NTMS is AIESEC in Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).

NATIONAL LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT SEMINAR - NLDS Every year AIESEC brings together Leaders and Members of the Organization to train them on the various functional areas, brainstorm on new strategies and also create a platform for networking among members. NLDS provides the opportunity, For Leadership Development and Skill-building. For LCs to build a strong Leadership Pipeline. For knowledge and skills acquisition to enhance performance in current role and preparation for future roles. To build attitudes needed to manage teams and operations effectively. For creating a network of contacts. For engagement with Externals.

COMPETENCIES DEVELOPED

Global mindset

Social Responsibility

Entrepreneurial Outlook

Proactive learning

Emotional Intelligence

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SKILLS DEVELOPED Teamwork and Team Dynamics Decision making skills Leadership skills Effective Communications Management

DELEGATE PROFILE Team Leaders Local Committee Executives National Support Teams Motivated AIESECers

EXPECTED NUMBER OF DELEGATES 300

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30 January – 3 February, 2013

SPECIAL FEATURE This conference would be an infusion of a Global Village and Youth to Business Forum. This year’s NLDS will be hosted by AIESEC in Legon.

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NATIONAL PLANNING CONFERENCE - NPC The purpose of NPC is to work towards the long term development of AIESEC nationally by creating a clear short-term vision which aligns to the mid-term ambition of AIESEC International. NPC provides the platform to ensure effective transition and, For further development of national systems. For reviewing the results achieved by the Organization over the year. To review the National strategies to aid the implementation of National Direction.

COMPETENCIES DEVELOPED

Global mindset

Social Responsibility

Entrepreneurial Outlook

Proactive learning

Emotional Intelligence

SKILLS DEVELOPED Teamwork Decision making Leadership skills Effective Communication Flexible thinking Team Management

DELEGATE PROFILE Team Leaders Local Committee Executives National Support Teams

DATE May, 2013 (final date to be confirmed)

EXPECTED NUMBER OF DELEGATES 150

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CONFERENCES PRICING SUPPORTING PARTNER GOLD

TITLE PARTNER

SUPPORTING PARTNER SILVER

i. GH₵12,000

i. GH₵8,000

i. GH₵5,000

ii.GH₵8,00and in-kind

ii. GH₵4,000 and in-kind

ii. GH₵2,000 and in-kind

VALUE PROPOSITION Employer Brand: Positioning Company as a strong brand among the Ghanaian youth as well as competitors in the market or industry.

Marketing Channels: Company would be branded as Title Partner on all promotional materials and tools. Company would be allowed to distribute brochures at the conference including erupting three standees during the entire conference.

International Talent Pool: There is an opportunity for company to participate in our Global Internship Program to source international Talent from a pool of over 60,000 Undergraduates, Recent Graduates and Master Students for short to mid term projects.

Local Talent: Company would engage with delegates of the conferences as well as gain access to a database of all delegates.

Leadership Development: As a Title Partner of a conference, a representative of Company would make a Key Note Speech at the said conference. Company would also be allowed to provide a half an hour workshop or training exercise for delegates.

Reward and Recognition: Dedication of the Best Delegate Award to Company and partnership recognition in AIESEC Ghana’s Annual Report.

Investment Tracking: A concise report on conference submitted to Company.

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THE STUDENT APPRENTICE CHALLENGE - SAC The Student Apprentice Challenge is a practical learning process through which high potential students gain valuable business skills, aimed at bridging skill-gaps. The skills include amongst others, marketing, entrepreneurship, sales techniques, project management, financial planning, leadership and business concept development.

The proposed duration of this skill-building conference is 7 days, during which delegates undergo skills training and solving real-time tasks.

OBJECTIVES Develop SAC into a national initiative and enable it to reach its potential as being the country’s premier student development project. Enable project to be a vehicle that is able generate sustainable long term financial returns for AIESEC Ghana. Incubate entrepreneurship as an alternative career path for young graduates. Provide practical business and leadership skills and experience for participants. Identify and develop talent for AIESEC Ghana partners. Create a platform to market the AIESEC brand as the leader in youth skills development in Ghana. Incubate social responsibility amongst the youth through selected socially responsible tasks.

DELEGATE PROFILE Mainly final year students from institution of higher education in Ghana (100-150 delegates)

FUTURE FRANCHISING The Project must be registered as an intellectual property of AIESEC Ghana (as SAC Ltd). The project is positioned to grow into a much larger undertaking and the possibility of Local Chapter franchises is a strong reality by 2015. This would mean several smaller versions identical in nature but customised to suit local realities would be run nationwide that would culminate in a “Grand SAC Finals”. It could even be a regional affair (as in the Africa Network)

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SAC Ltd would remain in control of the process. However specific localised sponsorship would be in control of each of the local chapters. National funding would be allocated on a proportionate basis and based on a specific budgeting formula. Each franchise will bear the project name and make use of standard marketing material produced and developed by the management committee.

PARTNERSHIP Areas of Partnership

PRICING GH₵ 10,000 GH₵ 8,000 and in-kind

VALUE PROPOSITION

Smart Marketing: Branded on the SAC website (linked to our National website), our social media platforms (Facebook and Twitter) and all promotional materials as Title Partner of the Conference. Unlimited number of standees and banners display at launch of the conference as well as during the entire Conference. Company would be allowed to distribute brochures or products during the conference.

Employer Brand: Positioning Company as a top brand among Ghanaian Youth and competitors as an employer and supporter of Youth Leadership Development.

8 Hours, 50 Minutes: Company provides “Task of the day” to delegates – a task that supports having an entrepreneurial outlook and creative business mindset. This task will last eight hours including breaks and presentation time. Company allowed a forty-five minutes time slot for skillbuilding workshop for delegates and five minutes time slot for company profile presentation during Gala Dinner.

Training and Development: As mentioned, Company would be allowed a forty-five minutes time slot for skill-building workshop during the Conference.

Talent Pool: Engage with delegate during the conference as well as access to delegate profile database for strategic top talent recruitment. B99/10 Orgle road, Bubuashie, Accra- Ghana | Tel: +302-222-6902 | Web: www.aiesec.org/ghana | Email: ghana@aiesec.net National Partners:

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Final Jury: Two Company representatives would be included in the Final Jury.

Reward and Recognition: Winning Award would be dedicated to Company including recognition at Gala Dinner, in Press Releases and Television mentions as well as Partnership publication in AIESEC Ghana’s Annual Report.

Investment Tracking: A concise report to be submitted to Company after the conference. Company would also receive a copy of AIESEC Ghana’s Annual Report.

PRICING GH₵ 7,000 GH₵ 5,000 and in-kind

VALUE PROPOSITION

Smart Marketing: Branded on the SAC website (linked to our National website), our social media platforms (Facebook and Twitter) and all promotional materials as Supporting Partner - Gold of the Conference. A maximum of four standees and banners display for the entire duration of the Conference. Company would be allowed to distribute brochures or products during the conference.

Employer Brand: Positioning Company as a top brand among Ghanaian Youth and competitors as an employer and supporter of Youth Leadership Development.

6 Hours, 35 Minutes: Company provides a task to delegates in a day of the conference - a task that supports having an entrepreneurial outlook and creative business mindset. This task will last six hours including breaks and presentation time. Company allowed a half an hour slot for skill-building workshop for delegates and five minutes company profile presentation during Gala Dinner.

Training and Development: As mentioned, Company would be allowed a half an hour time slot for skill-building workshop during the Conference.

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Local Talent Pool: Engage with delegate during the conference as well as access to delegate profile database for strategic top talent recruitment.

Final Jury: One Company representative would be included in the Final Jury.

Reward and Recognition: Recognition at Gala Dinner, in Press Releases and Television mentions as well as Partnership publication in AIESEC Ghana’s Annual Report.

Investment Tracking: A concise report to be submitted to Company after the conference. Company would also receive a copy of AIESEC Ghana’s Annual Report.

PRICING GH₵ 5,000 GH₵ 3,000 and in-kind

VALUE PROPOSITION

Smart Marketing: Branded on the SAC website (linked to our National website), our social media platforms (Facebook and Twitter) and all promotional materials as Supporting Partner - Silver of the Conference. A maximum of two standees and banners display for five days during the Conference. Company would be allowed to distribute brochures or products during the conference.

Employer Brand: Positioning Company as a top brand among Ghanaian Youth and competitors as an employer and supporter of Youth Leadership Development.

5 Hours, 35 Minutes: Company provides a task to delegates in a day of the conference - a task that supports having an entrepreneurial outlook and creative business mindset. This task will last five hours including presentation time. Company allowed a half an hour slot for skill-building workshop for delegates and five minutes company profile presentation during Gala Dinner. B99/10 Orgle road, Bubuashie, Accra- Ghana | Tel: +302-222-6902 | Web: www.aiesec.org/ghana | Email: ghana@aiesec.net National Partners:

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Training and Development: As mentioned, Company would be allowed a half an hour time slot for skill-building workshop during the Conference.

Local Talent Pool: Engage with delegate during the conference for strategic top talent recruitment.

Reward and Recognition: Recognition at Gala Dinner, in Press Releases and Television mentions as well as Partnership publication in AIESEC Ghana’s Annual Report.

Investment Tracking: A concise report to be submitted to Company after the conference. Company would also receive a copy of AIESEC Ghana’s Annual Report.

PRICING GH₵ 2,000 In-kind (equivalent to GH₵ 2,000) GH₵ 1,000 and in-kind

VALUE PROPOSITION

Smart Marketing: Branded on the SAC website (linked to our National website), our social media platforms (Facebook and Twitter) and conference banner as a Sponsor of the Conference. Employer Brand: Positioning Company as a top brand among Ghanaian Youth and competitors and as a supporter of Youth Leadership Development.

Training and Development: Fifteen minutes time slot for a presentation on the following topics: a) b) c) d) e) f)

Leadership Entrepreneurship Effective Business Decision Making Developing a Working Business Plan Team Dynamics The Business Module Canvas

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Reward and Recognition: Recognition at Gala Dinner, in Press Releases and Television mentions as well as Partnership publication in AIESEC Ghana’s Annual Report.

Investment Tracking: A concise report to be submitted to Company after the conference.

BENEFITS

Strategic employer band positioning. Access to skilled talent pool across students and youth from all over Ghana. Top youth talents working on real time tasks for company ensuring direct involvement and interest in the working areas of the company. Opportunity to experience our Global Internship Program and gain access to a talent pool of over 60,000 skilled recent graduates from over 110 countries. Build a recruitment pipeline within the AIESEC talent pool.

Access to our network of partners, enablers and sponsors of AIESEC Ghana including our Global Network. Create a network of local companies and organization of relevant essence to your company.

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EVENTS YOUTH TO BUSINESS FORUM – Y2B

Youth to Business Forum is a one day event to create the platform that bridges the gap between Youth and Business by bringing together experts, leaders and youth to discuss global trends that affect our society and its progress today. This includes a select group of the youth of Ghana as well as Business leaders and experts engaging in an open forum on business matters and their relation to recent youth. How can we harness Responsible Corporate behavior to promote entrepreneurial youth in Ghana? AIESEC Ghana aims to bring together over 150 delegates from more than 6 universities to join a nd panel of business leaders, experts and media in Accra, 2 February, 2013 for our National Youth to Business Forum.

DELEGATE PROFILE Over 150 top talents from across the country.

OBJECTIVES Help bridge the gap between projected realities in the corporate sector by students and actual realities in the field. Create a platform to market the AIESEC brand as the leader in youth skills development in Ghana. Enable project to be a vehicle that is able generate sustainable long term financial returns for AIESEC Ghana. Facilitate discussions leading to possible solutions on global business trends and their adverse effects on Ghana, Africa and the youth.

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PARNTERSHIP PACKAGE PRICING GH₵ 5,000 GH₵ 3,000 and in-kind

VALUE PROPOSITION Smart Marketing: Branded our National website, our social media platforms (Facebook and Twitter) and all promotional materials as Title Partner of the Event. Unlimited number of standees and banner display at the event and a five minutes time slot for company presentation. Company would be allowed to distribute brochures or products at the event.

Employer Brand: Positioning Company as a top brand among Ghanaian Youth and competitors as an employer and supporter of Youth Leadership Development.

Training and Development: Half an hour time slot for skill-building workshop at the Event. Company Executive Chairs panel discussion.

Local Talent Pool: Engage with delegates as well as access to database of delegates after the Event for strategic top talent recruitment.

Recognition: Partnership recognition in Press Releases and Television mentions as well as publication in AIESEC Ghana’s Annual Report.

Investment Tracking: A concise report to be submitted to company after the Event.

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PRICING GH₵ 3,000 GH₵ 2,000 and in-kind

VALUE PROPOSITION Smart Marketing: Branded our National website, our social media platforms (Facebook and Twitter) and all promotional materials as Supporting Partner - Gold of the Event. Two standees and two banners display at the event. Company would be allowed to distribute brochures or products at the event. Employer Brand: Positioning Company as a top brand among Ghanaian Youth and competitors as an employer and supporter of Youth Leadership Development. Training and Development: Half an hour time slot for skill-building workshop at the Event. Company Executive included in panel discussion as a Panel Member. Talent Pool: Engage with delegates as well as access to database of delegates after the Event for strategic top talent recruitment. Recognition: Partnership recognition in Press Releases and Television mentions as well as publication in AIESEC Ghana’s Annual Report. Investment Tracking: A concise report to be submitted to company after the Event.

PRICING 2,000 1,000 and in-kind

VALUE PROPOSITION Smart Marketing: Branded our National website, our social media platforms (Facebook and Twitter) and all promotional materials as Supporting Partner - Silver of the Event. One standee and one banner display at the event. Company would be allowed to distribute brochures or products at the event.

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Employer Brand: Positioning Company as a top brand among Ghanaian Youth and competitors as an employer and supporter of Youth Leadership Development.

Training and Development: Half an hour time slot for skill-building workshop. Company executive would be included in panel discussion as Panel Member.

Local Talent Pool: Engage with young top talent for strategic recruitment.

Recognition: Partnership recognition in Press Releases and Television mentions as well as publication in AIESEC Ghana’s Annual Report.

Investment Tracking: A concise report to be submitted to company after the Event.

INVESTMENT BENEFITS Strategic employer band positioning. Direct Engagement Channels with the skilled Youth of the country. Effective and continuous interactive communication channel with the pre selected leaders and creative thinkers of the country through social media channels, website and mailers. Creating a strong and skilled recruitment pipeline for your company.

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February, 2013. This event would be a part of our National Leadership Development Seminar.

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BUSINESS BREAKFAST Business Breakfast is a day’s event spanning duration of 2-3 hours. This happens in the morning hence its name. It is an open platform for our membership and young people to interact with corporate representatives. It creates a platform for companies to interact and develop mutually beneficial relationship. It also has the objective of activating thought leadership in ideas concerning the future of young talent in Ghana by getting together major market players from diverse backgrounds with various working professionals and graduate students from around the country.

DELEGATE PROFILE Leaders and members of AIESEC Ghana

COMPANY PROFILE The profiles of participants are tailored to suit the objectives and goals of a particular event. Thus, for the purpose of which this Business Breakfast will be organized, the profiles of company or organization representatives expected are: Marketing Executives: They usually handle financial partnerships in companies. Human Resource Managers: For the purpose of our Exchange Programs especially GIP as well as employment opportunities for local talent from AIESEC Ghana. Brand Managers: For the purpose of access to highly and strategic networks where company brand can be positioned. AIESEC Ghana can provide that through our talent pool, partners and events. “Business Breakfast provides a useful opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the needs and preferences of Ghana’s young business talent, as well as insights into the retention and development dynamics of this next generation.”

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Professor Nick Binedell Chair and Founder

Johannesburg, South Africa

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OBJECTIVES Develop partnerships and relevant relationships. Grant our members access to employers and the corporate world. Help bridge the gap between projected realities by students and actual realities of the corporate world. Access a larger pool of young people in Ghana to improve our TMP and TLPs. Strategically position our brand in the corporate world. Develop Business Breakfast as a competitive product in areas of youth leadership and development.

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Event I: 24 November, 2012 Event II: 22

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February, 2013

PRICING i. ii.

GH₵ 6,000 (per event) GH₵ 5,000 and in-kind (per event)

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GH₵ 10,000 (for both events)

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GH₵ 7,500 and in-kind (for both events)

VALUE PROPOSITION

Smart Marketing: Branded on our National website, social media platforms (Facebook pages and groups) and all promotional materials as Title Partner of the event (s). Company would be allowed to distribute brochures or products at the event. Unlimited number of standees and banners display at the event (s) and a five minutes time slot for company profile presentation.

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Key Note Speech: Key Note Speech by company executive.

Youth Development: Ten minutes presentation on the issue of “Youth and Unemployment”.

Local Talent Pool: Access to delegate database after event (s).

Reward and Recognition: Partnership recognition in Press Releases and Television mentions as well as publication in AIESEC Ghana’s Annual Report.

Investment Tracking: A concise report to be submitted to company after the Event.

PRICING i.

GH₵ 5,000 (per event)

ii.

GH₵ 4,000 and in-kind (per event)

iii.

GH₵ 8,000 (for both events)

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GH₵ 6,500 and in-kind (for both events)

VALUE PROPOSITION

Marketing: Branded on our social media platforms (Facebook pages and groups) and all promotional materials as Supporting Partner of the event (s). Company would be allowed to distribute brochures or products at the event. Two standees and two banners display at the event (s) and a ten minutes time slot for company profile presentation.

Key Note Speech: Key Note Speech by company executive.

Youth Development: Ten minutes presentation on the issue of “Youth and Unemployment”.

Local Talent Pool: Access to delegate database after event (s). B99/10 Orgle road, Bubuashie, Accra- Ghana | Tel: +302-222-6902 | Web: www.aiesec.org/ghana | Email: ghana@aiesec.net National Partners:

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Reward and Recognition: Partnership recognition in Press Releases and Television mentions as well as publication in AIESEC Ghana’s Annual Report. Investment Tracking: A concise report to be submitted to company after the event (s).

PRICING

i.

GH₵ 2,000 (per event)

ii.

GH₵ 1,500 and in-kind (per event)

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GH₵ 3,500 (for both events)

iv.

GH₵ 2,500 and in-kind (for both events)

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All cash sponsorships’ in-kind equivalent

VALUE PROPOSITION

Brand Visibility: One Company standee or banner display at event (s). Company mention at the event (s).

Recognition: Sponsorship publication in our annual report and a soft copy sent to company.

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PARTNERSHIP BENEFITS Strategic employer band positioning. Access to skilled talent pool across students and youth from all over Ghana Opportunity to experience our Global Internship Program and gain access to a talent pool of over 60,000 skilled recent graduates from over 110 countries. Build a recruitment pipeline within the AIESEC talent pool. Access to our network of partners, enablers and sponsors of AIESEC Ghana including our Global Network. Create a network of local companies and organization of relevant essence to your company.

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CORPORATE SOCIAL INVESTMENT/RESPONSIBILTY SOLUTIONS The Global Community Development Program (GCDP)

The AIESEC Global Community Development Program is a program that provides a global platform for young people to travel and work abroad, experience a culture other their own, live the live of other people and create a positive impact on society. Here, local and international volunteers team up to run issuebased projects. These projects are tailored to suits many CSI or CSR initiatives as well as initiatives in the Non-Governmental sector. We are also in the position to develop and manage projects for CSI or CSR wings of companies or NonGovernmental Organizations or Foundations.

Current Projects i.

Answers, Solutions and Knowledge about HIV/AIDS (ASK).

Issue: HIV/AIDS Education ii. AfriTour Issue: Businesses in Tourism iii. Human Care and Development (HCD). Issue: Community Health iv. Project on the GO!

Benefits of the Program

Issue: Community Development v. iCare Project

Talent from Target Market: We offer access to local and international talent and for these projects, an excellent tool for projects that require specific language or business market knowledge.

Issue: HIV/AIDS – living with it. vi. LINKED IN

Employer Brand: Branded as a Program Partner on our National website and during opening and closing ceremonies of these projects (when applicable).

Issue: Linking communities to Information Technology

Short-Term Projects: We offer a simple solution to source talent with specific skill-sets to work on highly customized job profiles and short to mid-term projects.

Issue: Improving economic state of the disadvantaged especially women in rural and urban communities.

vii. RICO

viii. Melody Seed Cost-Effective: We provide short to mid-term Human Resource solution to relieve seasonal workloads and projects. Ease: AIESEC provides a high quality nationally managed process that gives you peace of mind and allows your management to focus on delivery of key strategic objectives. AIESEC makes use of a dedicated manager to manage the entire process for you, with frequent but relevant communication.

Issue: Using music and theatre arts to educate children on child abuse, malaria and HIV/AIDS. ix. SWITCH Issue: Information and Communication Technology

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WHAT ARE THEY SAYING?

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“AIESEC is an organization that develops high quality young professional graduates with an international perspective and solid leadership ability. This fits well with P&G as global market leader and as an organization that only recruits top quality, high potential youth. In addition the projects and activities AIESEC runs on campuses are relevant in the South African context�. Doaa Kedr Talent Practice Manager, P&G

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AIESEC GHANA NATIONAL BOARD OF ADVISORS Mr. Felix Addo – Board Chair,

Mr. Kweku Bedu,

Senior Country Partner,

Managing Director,

Ghana

Ghana

Mr. Michael Cobblah,

Mrs. Gifty Annan-Myers,

Chief Executive Officer,

Managing Director, Experienced Student Travel

Professor Aheto,

Mr. Reginald Laryea,

Associate Consultant

Managing Director,

Dr. Frank Odoom,

Mr. Samuel Adetola,

Director General,

C.E.O,

SSNIT

The Capital Group

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SOME OF AIESEC GLOBAL PARTNERS

CONTACT Brigitte Asamoah National Business Development Director AIESEC Ghana Email: brigitte.asamoah@aiesec.net | Skype: brigitte.asamoah | Work: +233 302-226-902 Cell: +233 24-364-6286

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AIESEC Ghana Product Package