Afrinolly and Henley Business School chosen by the British Council to develop an e-learning course on Creative Economy Policy.
Afrinolly Creative Hub and Henley Business School have been chosen by the British Council to jointly develop an e-learning course on Creative Economy Policy. The aim of the course is to help young policymakers across Africa develop frameworks that support the entrepreneurial goals of their citizens. The course, alongside others being
Afrinolly and Henley Business School to jointly develop an e-learning course on Social Impact through Entrepreneurship.
Afrinolly Creative Hub and Henley Business School have been chosen by the British Council to jointly develop an e-learning course on Social Impact through Entrepreneurship. The aim of the course is to help young people across Africa achieve their entrepreneurial goals by equipping them with the right tools to make a
Afrinolly Creative Hub has been announced by the African Tech and Creative Group (ATCG) as one of ten MyAfCFTA Nodes in Africa to drive the implementation of the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA). Other creative hubs located across Africa which have also been nominated include CcHUB (Nigeria/Rwanda), iSpace (Ghana), iHUB
Afrinolly Creative Hub participated as resource partners at the Creative Enterprise Support Programme (CESP) organised by the British Council for the top 60 filmmakers/film entrepreneurs in Ghana. The Creative Enterprise Support Programme which held from February 10, 2020 was packaged to deliver film training, mentoring and business development support to young and
Afrinolly has emerged as the Technical Partner to MTN Nigeria's Y'ello Star, a platform to identify and launch musical talents in the country. The project which was formally announced by MTN on February 16, 2020 at its Corporate Headquarters in Ikoyi, Lagos will be bringing the process of creating superstars to
In line with our key objective of creating platforms for creative entrepreneurs to learn, collaborate and create, Afrinolly recently hosted the Facebook Video Storytelling Bootcamp which held from January 28 to 30th, 2020 at the Afrinolly Creative Hub, Lagos. The three-day event was organised in partnership with Facebook as part of the #FacebookForCreators
Although Nigeria is a renowned exporter of crude oil, the country's poverty levels and unemployment figures are monumental. With corporate jobs not forthcoming, many Nigerians look to entrepreneurship and freelancing as an alternative – especially within the cultural and creative sector. This comes as no surprise though, as the country
Afrinolly Creative Hub recently hosted 8 teenage interns participating in LEAP Africa's iLEAD programme. During the programme which lasted from August 5-20, the interns understudied Afrinolly Creative Hub's staff who introduced them to office technology and possible careers in the creative sector. They also learnt how to incorporate all the knowledge gained
Afrinolly Creative Hub's co-founder, Jane Maduegbuna was one of the guest speakers at the pre-launch of Semicolon Africa's partnership with Henley Business School. The Semicolon-Henley partnership aims to empower aspiring ‘techpreneurs’ with the necessary skills for driving innovation. In her address, Mrs Maduegbuna underscored the roles women play in driving economic and
Afrinolly Creative Hub's co-founder, Jane Maduegbuna, is on the cover of Classy Executive Magazine's May issue. In her interview with the magazine, she discusses Afrinolly's contributions to Nigeria's cultural and creative industries. Read the full interview here.