30-07-2022 by redazione
An online Kiswahili course organised by the prestigious periodical publication 'Rivista Africa', which recently celebrated its 100th anniversary and is increasingly becoming the point of reference for news, insights and updates from the African continent. This is the interesting and useful project for which the publication is looking for partners to help finance it. Availing itself of experts, analysts and reporters professionally and passionately linked to Africa, the magazine and the online site Africarivista.it, are followed by more than one hundred thousand readers and subscribers also on social pages and channels.
Now, with the help of a Tanzanian lecturer, Africa Magazine is finalising this new project that could start in mid-October with weekly lessons of one and a half hours and would last until the end of February.
To this end, sponsors are being sought among Italian businesses, also in the field of tourism, who in return for the investment would enjoy the benefits of the wide visibility promoted by the magazine.
In return for the sponsorship, the wording "in collaboration with" or "with the support of..." would appear on the seminar page and in the main communication and promotion activities of the course. (depending on the advertiser's preference).
The sponsor's logo would be included in any graphic design of the course wherever possible.
A short presentation of the sponsor would be included on the seminar page.
In addition, a short 30-second video clip (by the sponsor) would be shown before or after the broadcast of each lecture.
Companies that are interested can send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
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