The current issue from the Ground Up world that may excite you is the upcoming conversation that is to ensue between their leading star, Kwesi Arthur and the CEO of Belaire, Brett Berish. The singer, rapper and songwriter disclosed this on his social media handles today.
Kwesi Arthur shared a flyer with the term Self Made boldly written on it. Besides, he captioned it as follows; “Link we on Wednesday! The vision be way bigger than you think it is. We’re just getting started!”
A caption that is making netizens insinuate that the rapper is about to ink an ambassadorial deal for the French sparkling wine Belaire. As of now, he has not revealed what the conversation which comes off coming Wednesday aim to uncover.
But, in fact, if what people are anticipating comes true, the deal will be the biggest so far in the act’s career. And indeed, one of the biggest to happen in the industry.
Belaire is not the only powerful brand associated with Brett Berish. The billionaire also runs leading businesses such as Bumbu, Villon, and McQueen. He is featuring Kwesi Arthur in his Self-Made stories. With his self-made episodes, he shares the stories of his successful business operations and the vision behind them. Also, he talks about trusting yourself while building an impactful.
Six days ago, Brett Berish featured Ghanaian actor Zynnell Zuh. But there is no clue about any business deals yet. Perhaps, the relationship borne out of these Self-Made episodes could lead to something.
However, it’s a win for these celebrities because new consumers will get to know them and subscribe to their brands. Thus, even if they get no deal from Mr Belaire.
Story by: S.A.Kingsley.
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