Francine Beleyi is an award-winning Togolese, French & British digital strategist specialised in corporate and personal branding. She helps purpose-driven entrepreneurs and organisations to find their unique position in the digital age & connect powerfully with their customers.
Francine is the author of the book ‘Personal Branding in a Digital Age: How To Become A Known Expert, Thrive and Make A Difference In A Connected Age.’
She started her career as Head of Information Systems at 25 in a multinational firm before holding several positions in the corporate world in investment banking, consulting and non-profit organisations. She created nucleus of change to help entrepreneurs, corporate executives and individuals to adapt and thrive in the digital age. She has trained, consulted and mentored hundreds of organisations, individuals and government officials around the world.
Francine is a sought-after international speaker and has delivered addresses at top industry events internationally. She speaks about corporate and personal branding, digital entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship, innovation, and opportunities for women in the digital economy.
She delivers training in French and English worldwide. Her work has been featured in numerous magazines such as Computer Weekly, Tech Target, PerformanceIn, Femmes du Maroc, Les Imperiales, 2M, Le Matin, Showbiz Afrique and more. She is also the host of the Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life Podcast.
Francine is passionate about empowering people, especially women, to acquire the digital skills they need to take advantage of the digital economy. She is an advocate of digital literacy and enabling entrepreneurship ecosystems to support economic and social progress, especially in Africa. She is associate director & a key member of the founding team of the African Women Entrepreneurship Cooperative (AWEC), a one-of-a-kind training program that builds a pan-African community of aspiring and established women entrepreneurs.