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The Wharton Africa Business Forum (WABF) is an integral component of the Wharton Global Business Forum, the pre-eminent business school event addressing the major economic, social and political trends affecting Africa, Asia, Europe, India and Latin America.
The theme of the 16th annual WABF is "Catalyst: Taking Africa from Promise to Power" and it will be held November 8th, 2008 at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA.
This specific project is a request for a website header. We would also like to incorporate the design into our print material and website template design.
We would like to find a long-time partner who we can use repeatedly for future conferences and grow the relationship into full website design/creation/maintenance and/or print design.
The header should tie the themes of Africa and business in a professional, yet visually appealing way. Historically we have found website headers with some sort of graphic/image incorporated to be more attractive than others.
The banner must contain the name "Wharton Africa Business Forum" or "16th Annual Wharton Africa Business Forum."
The header may contain the following root categories:
Business Plan Competition
A sampling of our typical audience includes business professionals, potential sponsors, invited dignitaries, academics, investors, graduate students, and politicians.
We would not like headers with jungle themes or the inclusion of any other potentially negative connotations/stereotypes. Please provide submissions that graphically capture the theme "Catalyst: Taking Africa from Promise to Power."
Please refer to the following website headers for reference:
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