Eric Okeke is a Nigerian writer, author, speaker, and brand storyteller. He is known as Uncle Eric to his peers and readers. He is a CSR and personal branding specialist, and strategist in brand marketing and mobilizing support for corporate and social issues.
His background is Chemistry, Marketing, and Journalism. As a business writer and consultant, he has recorded a distinguished career in journalism and media consulting. He started his writing career at The Guardian, Lagos in 1983 and has written several articles for local and foreign publications and websites.
Eric received MBA (Marketing) from ESUT Business School, Nigeria, and the professional Diploma and Membership of the Chartered Institute of Marketing, UK. He is author of ‘I Want a Husband,’ a self-help book for single women searching for Mr. Right, and ‘Corruption Stop It! Let my people go,’ a memoir about crashing from the top and bouncing back, and branded youths breaking free from bondage of modem day Pharaohs and going to the top.
As the Brand Storyteller, he uses stories to unlock the power and solutions in people, organizations and brands for profitable applications. His words empower people to discover who they are, go to their Promised Land, and make impact in the marketplace.
Eric's communications niche is story telling which he uses to empower professionals and improve business and social returns in Nigeria. He is a native of Abagana, Anambra State, Nigeria.
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Yes You Can
by Eric Okeke
Published: August 17, 2018
When a woman loves a criminal, many things happen. Love collides with crime. The story of power of focus and inspiration
Corruption, Stop it!
by Eric Okeke
Feel the pains of African youths going to the top as they struggle to break-free from bondage of corrupt leaders and taskmasters to win. This memoir is about the ravages of corruption in Nigeria & how the storyteller crashed, and bounced back to the top. The theme is freedom, leadership; the thrust is movement; context is branding; setting is Nigeria; background is African; the story inspires
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