“The Greatest Lesson Aunty Funmi Taught Me” || Charles O’Tudor, Chris Ogunlowo, Chude Jideonwo, others to speak at Blank white sheet

by Jewel Stephen

As the rate of unemployment continues to rise in our uncertain economic climate, Nigerians must find ways to sharpen and hone their God given skills so as to engage themselves meaningfully. They must employ these skills in order to proffer solutions or create objects/products of high standards that meet some recognized and unrecognized need which will in turn allow them earn a living.

Starting must not be left for later, but ought to be done now.

Many of us dream of being our own boss – utilizing our creative skills, and that dream is not far-fetched regardless of the wide array of challenges out there, and these challenges will be one of the topics to be discussed at Blank White Sheet.

Blank White Sheet intends to focus on highlighting the challenges and successes of creative start-ups and entrepreneurs, providing experience based road-maps on the possibilities of success even in a challenging business environment.

Talks by six different entrepreneurs will explore the key to re-engineer slumbering art-preneurs, the bottlenecks that hold entrepreneurs back from attempting the impossible, branding, solutions development tools, lessons learned and developing a world class creative business.

The Blank White Sheet offers practical approach on being a successful creative entrepreneur and the speaking at the event are; Charles O’Tudor, Principal Consultant – ADSTRACT, Chris Ogunlowo, Creative Director and Principal Partner – KWIRKLY, Eseoghene Odietede, Creative Director / Founder – HESEY DESIGNS, Chude Jideonwo, Managing Partner – RED MEDIA, Ojomo Ochai, Director of Arts – British Council, Chuma Anagbado, Design Director and Co-Founder – AZIZA Design, Laolu Obende, Creative Director and Founder – LEVITATE

Venue: Protea Leadway Hotel, Maryland
Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria
Date: Friday, September 6, 2014
Time: 10:00am prompt

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Comments (8)

  1. i wish i could be there

  2. @james lalu nothing personal tho, i was only catching my fun.

  3. @ONYINE, YOU MUST BE AN IDIOT. AM VERY SURE YOU LIVE IN AJEGUNLE. DO U KNOW HOW MANY TIMES HAVE BEEN TO PROTEA?

  4. @JAMES LALU, NO BE UR TPE DEM DEY FIND FOR PROTEA HOTEL SO U ARE NOT NEED. HAHAHA

  5. How will this affect the cost of garri in the market. abeg am not interested

  6. It makes sense. i have seen some good speakers there, would love to attend

  7. i just hope they is no gate fee included in this thing, because me i wont go.

  8. this is a very good event to attend but sadly am in calabar and i wont be able to attend. but i say kudos to the organisers. we need more of this

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