DFMI names business lab participants

By Content Nigeria reporter
October 21, 2022

DFMI business lab participants

The Durban FilmMart Institute (DFMI) has revealed the 30 participants that have been selected for the second edition of the DFMI business lab to be held this month.

The 12-week business skills development programme will nurture and empower those taking part with the necessary skills to effectively engage in a global market.

They will also receive training on various modules ranging from business management to intellectual property and entertainment law and distribution.

The participants are Abisola Aboaba (Nigeria), Ahmad Mahmoud (Sudan), Aissa Djouamaa (Algeria), Alyaa Musa (Sudan), Ceke Mathenge (Kenya), Crizelle Anthony (South Africa), Damilola Aleje (Nigeria), Daniel Abebe (Ethiopia), Emma Tollman (South Africa), Essam Hayder (Egypt), Fulfilment C Awaturuocha (Nigeria), Hallie Haller (South Africa), Hatibu Madudu (Tanzania), Hayat Aljowaily (Egypt), Kondwani Banda (Zambia), Marwa Abdalla (Egypt), Mary [Wanjiku] Waweru (Kenya), Mogomotsi Nsengathekwe (Botswana), Mohamed Kateb (Egypt), Nahom Abraham (Eritrea), Natasha Elkington (Kenya), Nkosilesisa Ncube (Zimbabwe), Obett Motaung (South Africa), Olivier Medjigbodo (Benin), Omolemo Nthathe (South Africa), Oprah Oyugi (Kenya), Petrus van Staden (South Africa), Phoebe Ntandegwawo (Uganda), Ruth Nazzinda (Uganda) and Wambui Gathee (Kenya).

The business lab programme is presented in partnership with DW Akademie and supported by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development.

DFMI is a non-profit company that facilitates local and international trade and investment in African film content.

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