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As CEO of the company you are heading, you must build a good name and a good professional identity. Whether online or offline, people must notice you and give you the credits you deserve for working so hard all these past years. And when you make dedicated efforts to build your name, you carry with you the reputation of your products and the institutions or companies you are serving.
Our company has spent years just to come up with excellent promotional strategies that can only help people like you climb the ladder – faster and with no strings attached – just purely giving out to people the message that it is you that they deserve having and that they are getting you for what you are and for what you have accomplished.

Lemuwa Networks Membership Profiling Entitlement

As a Lemuwa Networks member, you are entitled to our very efficient and result-generating profiling service. If you’ve been trailing behind other CEOs with regard to media exposure, this is the time to outpace them, because we are going to spread your name everywhere and in all markets– local, regional, national and global marketplaces. And you can have that service without having to spend 50% of your media budget.

Forms of Profiling Promotions

With our unique profiling strategy, individuals, students, groups, and communities will be given the opportunity to recommend you to be branded and profiled – FREE. Yes, the profile is Free.
Profiles will be in the forms of:

  1. Video introductions
  2. Press Release about the CEO
  3. Articles describing
  4. eBook featuring the CEO (for example, “ The Story Behind the Success of the Inexorable Lemuwa CEO )

An Example

We’ve provided you with a descriptive sample article, detailing the achievements and qualifications of the man of the hour, Ike Lemuwa.

CEO Profile

BLIK ANIMATION VIDEO FROM VIMEO

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While people have debated whether parents are happier than non-parents, researchers suggest that the question of whether parents are more or less happy is not the most meaningful question.

The current CEO of the Ike Lemuwa Community Fundraising Coaching Group – Mr. Ike Lemuwa.

Ike Lemuwa’s achievements speak for themselves. Mr. Lemuwa is a former investment banker, stock broker and real estate developer. His passion for crowdfunding is detailed in his three books: Magnetic New Age Crowdfunding Campaign, TILG Complete Blueprint to Launch Extremely Successful Crowdfunding Campaign, and Magnetic New Age Uncommon Hypnotic Back Door Grassroots CEO Loyalty Branding.
Mr. Lemuwa is also passionate about networking; his worldwide reach includes creating the 20,000 member TILG CEO Branding Support team and the TILG CEO Network present in 198 nations. He also runs the 198 TILG Student Social Media Support team and the 198 TILG Publishing Support Team.

The Best in You

Pertinent personal data are gathered, filtered in terms of their level of importance, arranged and presented to the public – to come up with the most honest and most attractive version of you.
Further, we don’t just collate information about a person because we deem that stuff to be dry and dead. We spend time with CEOs and try to gather information as we talk with them, eat lunch or dinner with them, or listen to them blurt out their passions and dreams. The CEO is seen from different angles, which is, we believe, the only true and honest way that he can be portrayed.

CEO of the Day

BLIK ANIMATION VIDEO FROM VIMEO

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While people have debated whether parents are happier than non-parents, researchers suggest that the question of whether parents are more or less happy is not the most meaningful question.

BLIK ANIMATION VIDEO FROM VIMEO

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While people have debated whether parents are happier than non-parents, researchers suggest that the question of whether parents are more or less happy is not the most meaningful question.

BLIK ANIMATION VIDEO FROM VIMEO

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While people have debated whether parents are happier than non-parents, researchers suggest that the question of whether parents are more or less happy is not the most meaningful question.

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