Flavilla Fongang is an award-winning serial entrepreneur, an international and multilingual keynote speaker (English & French). She is a neuroscience brand expert covering strategy, design, marketing and customer experience. She is the founder of 3 Colours Rule, an award-winning branding and marketing agency. Flavilla was awarded the “She’s Mercedes” businesswoman award by Mercedes Benz among women such as Sheryl Sandberg, the COO of Facebook. She is the author of “99 Strategies to get customers”.
Flavilla Fongang is a recognised leader in marketing as she created the D.A.C. system and The Beyond Marketing Approach which have helped numerous brands successfully grow their business. Flavilla is the chosen brand advisor for BBC and provides regularly actionable brand strategy advice. She is also the founder of Tech London Advocates – Black Women in Tech, the 2nd largest organisation of the TLA group.
Computer Weekly named her among the top 5 most influential women in tech in the UK. She hosts Tech Brains Talk podcast providing insights and advice to tech entrepreneurs and companies. She is an Entrepreneurship Expert with the Entrepreneurship Centre for Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. She is a branding course instructor for the CXL Institute. Flavilla was a guest marketing and brand strategy lecturer at Goldsmiths University, she mentored at London Metropolitan University and was named the most influential businesswoman by LinkedIn. She is an entrepreneurship expert with the Entrepreneurship Centre of Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. Her award-winning branding and experiential marketing agency has already received multiple awards.
She is a renown international speaker who spoke at AdvertisingWeek, AdWorld, MozCon, CTA Conference, MarTech Fest, DMWF, Orbit and more.
She was invited at The Palais de l’Elisée by the President of France, Mr Emmanuel Macron and the President of Ghana, Mr Nana Akufo-Addo to discuss business opportunities in Africa.
On top of being a highly demanded by various newspapers like The Economist, The Guardian, The Entrepreneur, she cares a lot about diversity and inclusion to provide more equal opportunities for the next generations. She was born & raised in Paris and moved to London in 2002 despite being unable to speak English. Within her first year in London, she obtained a BA in Economics & Law, a BA in Marketing & Communications and an MA in International Business with distinction. Her determination extends to helping her clients achieve their goals and they appreciate her positive attitude and fun personality. As a result, Flavilla’s clients have achieved outstanding outcomes for their business.