Eleni Giokos: Don't ever take 'meetings' as they are, they are interviews

Born in Greece and raised in South Africa Eleni Giokos has the international screens reporting on news across the African continent.

Speaking to Azania Mosaka, CNNMoney Africa correspondent Eleni Giokos opens up about her career, life and reporting on breaking news for an international media company.

They said to me this was not going to be a serious meeting... don't ever take that seriously.

Eleni Giokos, CNNMoney Africa correspondent

Whenever people invite you to any kind of meeting, it is an interview. Prepare as if its an interview and I was interviewed non-stop for 5 hours.

Eleni Giokos, CNNMoney Africa correspondent

Deep down I always wanted to go big and global.

Eleni Giokos, CNNMoney Africa correspondent

Listen to what she thinks of how the media industry is evolving...


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