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The Forum for Financing Creative Business (FFCB) is a pioneering one-day seminar organized by Enterprise Creative. The FFCB will hold on April 12th in Lagos.  The guiding theme of the Forum is: Towards Greater Understanding, Better Dialogue and New Business.  “We decided to host this Forum because of the continuing divide between the financial and creative sectors and the perennial problems of access to capital, monetization of content and protection of revenue streams for creative entrepreneurs,” says Nkiru Asika, CEO of Enterprise Creative.

The Forum will be an interactive, lively platform for the discussion of best practices, business strategy, investment opportunities and development of the creative industries. Lead sponsor of the Forum for Financing Creative Business is Asset & Resource Management Company Ltd (ARM). “We are delighted that a financial company of such depth and breadth of experience as ARM is supporting the Forum and showing a keen interest in the creative sector,” adds Ms Asika.

The FFCB will focus on the key issues that willenable the growth of the creative sector, including: Sources of Finance; IP Protection; Diverse Finance Models; Grants & Public Funding; Private Investment and Building Investment-ready Companies.

The Forum for Financing Creative Business is an invitation-only event, however Enterprise Creative has allotted some spaces to up-and-coming entrepreneurs building companies in the creative sector.

Confirmed Speakers, Panellists and Moderators at the Forum for Financing Creative Business include: Deji Alli, CEO ARM Group; Emeka Mba, DG Nigerian Film & Video Censors Board; Afam Ezekude, DG Nigerian Copyright Commission; Eric Idiahi, CEO Spinlet; Bolanle Austen-Peters, MD Terra Kulture; Chuka Mordi, Director, CBO Capital; Sanyade Okoli, MD Travant; Chukuka Chukuma, CEO Racecourse Capital; Akin Oyebode, Head SME, Stanbic IBTC; Babi Subair, CEO Fountainhead Media Group; Oyin Onile-Ere, International IP Rights Consultant; Chief Tony Okoroji, Chairman COSON; Efere Ozako, IP Expert; Audu Makori, CEO Chocolate City; Seye Lawal, Partner, L&A Legal Consultants; Mark Redguard, CMO Spinlet; Amaka Igwe, Amaka Igwe Studios; Efe Omoregbe, CEO NowMuzik; Ojoma Ochai, Assistant Director, British Council; Nzan Ogbe, MD Calabar Festival; Azu Nwagbogu, Chairman African Arts Foundation;March-Andre Schmachtel, Director, Goethe-InstitutObi Asika, Chairman, Storm 360; Kene Mkparu, MD Filmhouse; Kaliko Olowole, CEO Yellow Brick Road; Joe Hundah, CEO Modern Times Group; Chika Nwobi, CEO L25Labs; Bayo Oyewole, CEO Think Global; Wole Oguntokun, Director, Renegade Theatre; Makin Soyinka, former head Lagos Film Office.

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