Written by Emmanuel Ogbeche

Abuja Entertainment Seminar 2016

The second edition of Abuja Entertainment Seminar will hold on the 18th of June 2016 at Sandralia Hotel, Abuja according to a statement issued today by organisers of the event, 41Naija Entertainment.

The umbrella conference for the Abuja entertainment industry which debuted in 2015 is the sole platform in the Abuja entertainment industry which brings together industry stakeholders, policy makers, musicians, professionals from private and public sector, as well as enlightens sector practitioners, investors and policymakers about the industry through insightful discussions, presentations, exhibitions and master-classes. It will be also feature product launches, investor clinics and an award ceremony.

GospelOnDeBeatz, Faze, Mode 9, Mallam Yankee, Emmanuel Adole Onoja (CEO Delphino Entertainment), King Akan (CEO Green Label Entertainment), Papie Tee, LK Kuddy and lots more participated at the past edition. Brands such as Smile, Cadbury and others supported the event.

Speakers and facilitators for this year include popular producer and Vivace Records CEO Tee y Mix, Professor Sunnie Ododo, President of Society of Nigeria Theatre artists (SONTA), IT Specialist - Andy Madaki, Mr. Tony Ojobo, Director Public Affairs NCC, Business Executive & Consultant - Paul Alaje, Mode 9, Paul Play IK Dairo, Taiwo Olukorede, CEO Intersection Media and many more.

According to the organizers, the theme of this year’s conference “INVESTING IN OUR LOCAL CONTENT AND GROWING THE ECONOMY THROUGH ENTERTAINMENT” is reflective of the current challenges facing the Nigerian economy and they seek to address it through entertainment.

“We’re moving the conversation beyond rhetoric this year, and actually providing a platform for individuals and companies doing great stuff to come and show the world what we’re about. This year’s sessions will be more about what practitioners have done in the past years, using case studies to deliver presentations everyone can learn from. All sessions and exhibits will also be accompanied by master-classes by the visionaries plotting the future of the industry” the Seminar Director, Mr. Victor Chase said in a statement.

This year Abuja Entertainment Seminar is partnering with several partners including local and international content providers, copyright bodies, policy makers, entertainment labels, underlying the importance of the entertainment industry as key driver of economic growth and development and the need for collaboration amongst key stakeholders in the Industry.

Register on http://www.aeseminar.com/register-here/ or call 08132604928 For More Information...


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