The Nigerian creative industry will witness one of the biggest events dubbed the “Creative Festival” organized by The Nest, a technology hub that fosters innovation for startups, helping them to thrive by encouraging experimentation.
The Creative Festival is a two-day event scheduled on the 25th and 26th of November, providing a forum for policymakers and industry stakeholders to exchange ideas, resolve challenges, identify opportunities and chart new waters within the creative economy in Nigeria.
According to organizers, the forum also offers young creatives the platform to learn, collaborate and showcase their drive for creativity.
The Nest has in the past events, hosted hangouts, training, and conference for aspiring and emerging creatives.
“This year, over two days, a large global community of entrepreneurs, creatives and policymakers will come together in person and virtually, where they will be joined by renowned speakers, thinkers, artists, and policymakers.
“This is the place to collaboratively and practically engage with players in the creative economy,
helping to build it to be more productive, inclusive, responsible, and progressive.
“With” this festival, we are hosting the key players and stakeholders in the creative ecosystem to interact with one another and take real and progressive steps toward a more sustainable creative economy. Nigeria.”
- To engage 1000 Creatives for 12 hours
- To equip 120 Creatives with classic information about the Creative Space in Nigeria.
- To bridge the gap between creatives and
stakeholders in the Nigerian creative economy