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Mr. David Applefield

Special Representative for Africa, the Middle East, and Emerging Markets

The Financial Times Limited

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The Financial Times Limited

Number One Southwark Bridge

London, Greater London SE1 9HL

United Kingdom

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The Financial Times is one of the world's leading business news organisations, recognised internationally for its authority, integrity and accuracy. Providing essential news, comment, data and analysis for the global business community, the FT has a combi ... more

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Employment History

Teacher

Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris

President

anglophonemedia

Education

Amherst College

Northeastern University

BA

literature

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DAVID APPLEFIELD – Kiwaimedia

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DAVID APPLEFIELD

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David is a seasoned communications specialist, editor, writer, and media strategist who has spent his career developing creative and innovative solutions for business leaders, heads of state, ministries, NGOs, and other not-for-profit foundations.
A highly experienced publisher, David is passionate about helping the world's most innovative and driven individuals - especially those motivated by value-based causes - to make an impact by refining and amplifying their voices through books, journalism, native advertising, and other novel strategies.
Committed to combating ethnocentricity, Applefield has aligned Kiwai with designer William McDonough's vision of "waging peace with commerce" - empowering people from cultures around the world to better themselves through business.
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Since 1998, Applefield has worked for the Financial Times as its commercial Special Representative for Africa, the Middle East, and Emerging Markets, developing special reports on countries and themes including Investing in Nigeria, Mauritania, Senegal, Leading Business Women in Emerging Markets, African Farming, African Power, and Combating Malaria.
Originally from Boston, and a graduate of Amherst College and Northeastern University, Applefield has lived in France for decades, and works across Europe, North America, and Africa, where he has been advising and training leaders and media professionals for 20 years.


Plymouth resident David ...

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Plymouth resident David Applefield, a reporter for the Financial Times in Guinea-Bissau, heard the plea and wanted to help.


UN-HABITAT.:. Feature Stories | News | New initiative to give Africa positive news coverage

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"This lag between contemporary reality on the African continent and the reality of creative growth in all sectors is preventing Africans from advancing as quickly as they could," said Mr. David Applefield, of the Financial Times, the Project Chief.

Echos Communications, a Brussels-based Non-Governmental Organisation, is getting the European Commission's funding to mobilise leading daily newspapers across the 25-member EU to carry special reports on African successes in various fields.
The Financial Times, a leading business publication, said it published nine special reports, covering Senegal , Sierra Leone, South Africa, Ghana, Egypt, African Diamonds, Tanzania and Nigeria.It plans to focus its attention on African gas potentials this year.
"There have been scores of new initiatives and partnerships between African and European companies and organisations which have led to shared understanding and fruitful benefits," Mr. Applefield told delegates.


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"This lag between contemporary reality on the African continent and the reality of creative growth in all sectors is preventing Africans from advancing as quickly as they could," said Mr. David Applefield, of the Financial Times, the Project Chief.Echos Communications, a Brussels-based Non-Governmental Organisation, is getting the European Commission's funding to mobilise leading daily newspapers across the 25-member EU to carry special reports on African successes in various fields.The Financial Times, a leading business publication, said it published nine special reports, covering Senegal , Sierra Leone, South Africa, Ghana, Egypt, African Diamonds, Tanzania and Nigeria.It plans to focus its attention on African gas potentials this year."There have been scores of new initiatives and partnerships between African and European companies and organisations which have led to shared understanding and fruitful benefits," Mr. Applefield told delegates.


David Applefield ...

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David Applefield

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David Applefield
David Applefield, a Bostonian in Paris since 1983, is the author of two novels ONCE REMOVED (1997) and ON A FLYING FISH (2004) both published by Mosaic Press in Canada.He is the founder and publisher of the popular Paris web site www.paris-anglo.com and he writes the weekly newsletter MY MERCREDI.His guidebooks on Paris include PARIS INSIDE OUT, now in its 6th edition, published by Globe Pequot Press, and THE UNOFFICIAL GUIDE TO PARIS, 3rd edition, published by Frommer's (Wiley).
Applefield coached the kids in the recent making of the MTV Real World Paris program, and had a small role in the Merchant Ivory Production Le Divorce.He also works as a communications specialist for International Herald Tribune and The Financial Times, project managing Country Reports and advertising strategies in West and Central Africa.He lives in Montreuil-sous-Bois on the eastern edge of Paris, which boasts of France's highest per capita ratio of artists, Malians, and foreign languages spoken in the public schools.

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