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    Ian Fernandes, a TV Industry Insider, Crosses To PR

    With a proven track record in growing and scaling businesses gained over a 27-year career spanning the media, technology and communication industry, Fernandes will support the Engage BCW management team with driving growth, transformation, innovation and strategic-thinking to leverage on the massive business opportunities in Kenya and the Sub-Saharan region.

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