AIESEC in Tanzania is relatively young compared to its global counterpart (over 50 years old!) but they have made remarkable growth over the last few years. This March they held their annual National Meeting, comprising of all AIESEC entities in the respective 7 Universities across Tanzania. The main aim was to elect the leaders for the next term and to reinforce the AIESEC ideals in all the members.
Day 3 – Managing Your Brand
In the afternoon session the delegates had to put what they had learnt in the morning into practice. The sale simulation was very exhilarating as the delegates had to pretend to sell the AIESEC brand to the Standard Charted; as they would have to in real life situations in order to arrange for internship programs. As the delegates were divided into their respective universities as teams competition levels were high, everybody was in it to win it. This of course made the whole exercise even more efficient and I’m sure that all the delegates took something from the day in general.
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