Inspire Communication’s PR division is mainly focused on navigating media relationships and strategies across print, digital and broadcast mediums. In Rwanda landing placements for clients in publications such as The New Times, ServiceMag and even Igihe.com is a daily checklist. With the many years in the media industry working both in Kampala and Kigali as a Business Editor (The New Times) and an ICT journalist with The New Vision, Highway Africa News Agency, Nation Media Group, Thomson Reuters and later CNBC Africa, David Kezio-Musoke’s proficiency is with crisis management, strategic planning and developing fresh messaging and PR campaigns to ensure consistent press wins and a competitive edge.
“I have worked both as a media personality and as a corporate communications manager. Brands I have represented as a PR Managaer are not limited to Tigo and MTN Rwanda. I have also worked on several communication programs including Kigali City’s Master Plan and Nile Basin Initiative’s NELSAP.”
In his free time David Kezio-Musoke is a visual artist and blogs on different issues particularly ICT and communications trends.
Previous PR assignments
- As Head of PR with IMC agency Metropolitan Republic Uganda Kezio-Musoke worked with other marketing disciplines to apply a truly integrated 360-degree approach and has an understanding of how to build relationships with influencers, motivation of media and driving consumer interaction with brands.
- As a PR practitioner, has represented multi-national brands including Sheraton and Shell Vivo Energy
- Founded Beehive Rwanda which previously published the Inspire Rwanda magazine
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