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DGN, Braniz & Lloyds stage Africa Creative Summit

Being one of the 10 fastest growing economies in the world, Nigeria continues to draw the attention of investors globally and is seen as a golden beach of investment opportunities. Countries such as the United States, the United Kingdom and China continue to invest heavily and are aggressively vying for business within various sectors in the country.

Nigeria’s entertainment industry has been growing steadily for the past 18 years with the estimated revenue exceeding $12 Billion a year. A majority of the top business leaders believe that the sector is performing far better than ever and remain very positive about its prospects. Nigeria also remains one of the most captivating places in the world to convey stories. Though the film industry is steadily growing, there are still a lot of areas, talents and doors, to be unlocked.

One of the main constraints is the quality of technical and creative training in the industry. This has resulted in a lack of depth and breadth which is essential to capitalise on continental and global opportunities. In view of the above, Braniz & Lloyds International has decided to convene the Africa Creative Summit in Nigeria 2018 as a NOLLYWOOD Collaborative effort in Partnership with the Directors Guild of Nigeria (DGN); The Kaduna State Government, CAVS (the most substantial audiovisual service in Ireland); with the objective of enhancing cooperation between foreign technical experts and home grown Nigerian creative individuals/ professionals.

This session is unprecedented and will be the first creative forum of its kind in the country. It will focus on developing economic and technical creative side of entertainment relationships within industry. The Summit intends to foster strategic alliances and solid business partnerships between relevant businesses from around the globe.

The summit will be addressing this constraint by having workshops and speakers which focus on the technicalities of Film, Television, Audiovisual, Music, Radio, Entertainment Law and Creative investment. Workshops and speakers will be delivered by top players in this field who will be able to provide practical knowledge and skills as well as valuable insights into how to go about ensuring improvements in the Nigerian Creative industry.

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