Entrepreneurial reality show The Next Titan is set to begin auditions in preparation for its sixth season.
Auditions will be held in Abuja, Port Harcourt, Enugu and Lagos on August 21, 23 and 30 and September 5 respectively, after which the top 50 qualifiers will participate in a boot camp and 16 finalists will be selected to compete for the grand prize.
Aimed at empowering new and existing businesses, the show offers prizes of N7m and a new Ford car.
Entrepreneurial reality show The Next Titan is back for a sixth season as it continues to seek out determined entrepreneurs ready to display their business intuitiveness and acumen.
Registration is now open for those interested in being part of the 10-week series. To register, click here.
There will be auditions in Abuja, Port Harcourt, Enugu and Lagos after which 16 finalists will emerge and compete under one roof, engaging in various business challenges in order to prove their entrepreneurial skills.
The winner of the show will be awarded N7,000,000 to start their business or support their existing business, as well as a new car.
Their tasks will be accessed by top Nigerian business leaders who will give the final verdict and decide the winner. The show is open to people aged between 21 and 40.
Skincare entrepreneur Ogechukwu Alexis Obah has emerged the winner of the fifth season of entrepreneurial reality TV show The Next Titan.
Obah won N5m (US$14,000) and a new car to support her dream business, Bodylikemilk Skincare & Cosmetics. The brand produces skincare and cosmetic products and also offers skincare services.
Out of 20,000 entries and 18 contestants who made it to the house of The Next Titan Nigeria, 25-year-old Obah surpassed the judges’ expectations by getting through 10 weeks of business tasks and weekly boardroom sessions.
Obah is a graduate of University College Ghana where she obtained a degree in human resource management. She also has a diploma in business and marketing, and an advanced diploma in sports nutrition and beauty from Shaw Academy, Ireland.
Her company, Bodylikemilk Skincare & Cosmetics, is NAFDAC-certified and aims to provide and dominate quality skincare and cosmetics services in Nigeria.
The fifth season of reality show The Next Titan is set to be aired after 18 finalists were selected to take part in the show at a live event held at the Oriental Hotel in Lagos.
The aim of the programme is to encourage Nigeria’s young people to harness their creativity and pursue their entrepreneurial goals. The winner goes away with N5m (US$13,800) and a new car.
One of the judges of the show, Chris Parkes, CEO of CPMS Africa, said the series would be of great value to the economy. “We have raised the standards. It is not going to be easy as we want to make sure contestants are disciplined in their various areas. We will also ensure the eventual winner of the show will be given the support needed to excel,” he said.
Also present at the Oriental Hotel event were Foluso Phillips, chairman of Phillips Consulting; Dr Ifie Sekibo, MD at Heritage Bank; and Yetunde Odejayi, deputy governor of Lagos State.
Sekibo said: “Despite the diverse resources available in the country, the unemployment rates seem to be increasing. Our population is growing and we are pouring out raw talents every day. Our youths need to uncap the wells and let their ideas flow.”
The Next Titan is produced by Lagos-based Bravopoints International and sponsored by Heritage Bank. It will start airing on Africa Magic Family Channel on September 30.
Auditions for the fifth season of entrepreneurial reality TV show The Next Titan (TNT) are taking place in Lagos today.
Some TNT judges will be present at the auditions, held at The Excellence Hotel, Ogba, to select candidates for the boot camp.
More than 30 participants have so far been selected from earlier auditions held in Enugu, Port Harcourt and Abuja.
After the Lagos auditions, selected candidates will be taken to a boot camp where 50 people will get a chance to be trained, mentored and exchange ideas with like minds.
However, only the best 16 will be chosen to make it to the TNT house as finalists, when the competition will get tougher. In the show, each entrepreneur pitches their ideas and works with a team to emerge as the winner.
The 16 entrepreneurs will live together for 10 weeks and the outstanding contestant will win a cash prize of ₦5m (US$13,800) and a car. The Next Titan Nigeria season five will air on TV channels nationwide. The show is produced by Bravopoints International.
Auditions are underway for the fifth season of Nigerian reality show The Next Titan (TNT).
With some participants already chosen following the recent auditions in Abuja, TNT has moved on to Port Harcourt today to find more contestants for the forthcoming season.
Today’s round of auditions is being held at Randolph Hotels & Resorts, 101 Old Aba Road, Rumuogba Artillary, Port Harcourt.
Judges are choosing a total of 50 participants from around Nigeria, with auditions also due to be held in Enugu (August 3) and Lagos (August 9-10).
The 50 participants will then be whittled down to 16 finalists to feature in TNT. They will live and work together for 10 weeks while engaging in weekly business tasks in order to showcase their business acumen. The most outstanding entrepreneur will win a cash prize of five million naira (US$13,866) and a car.
The application process for entrepreneurs hoping to compete in the forthcoming season of reality show The Next Titan has begun.
The fifth edition of the Nigerian programme is set to commence soon and interested participants can register on its website. Auditions will be held in Lagos, Enugu, Port Harcourt and Abuja.
Some 50 participants aged between 21 and 40 will be selected to participate in a boot camp, following which 16 entrepreneurs will be chosen as finalists.
They will then live together for 10 weeks, engaging in weekly business tasks and pitches that showcase their business acumen and drive. The most outstanding entrepreneur will win a cash prize of N5m (US$13,900) and a car.
The show will feature industry leaders as judges, including Chris Parkes, CEO of CPMS Africa; Kyari Bukar, chairman of the Nigerian Economic Summit Group; Tonye Cole, CEO of Sahara Group; and Lilian Olubi, CEO of Primera Securities Africa.
The Next Titan will air on various TV channels that are yet to be disclosed. The show is produced by Lagos-based Bravopoints International and sponsored by Heritage Bank.
The fourth season of The Next Titan aired last year on Silverbird TV and TV Continental and was won by Kennedy Iyeh.