The ninth season of Nigerian entrepreneurial reality show The Next Titan has opened for registrations.
Producers are inviting applications from ambitious Nigerian entrepreneurs aged between 21 and 40 seeking to “demonstrate their entrepreneurial acumen with unbeatable business ideas, commercial insight and business savvy,” according to producers.
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This year’s show is themed The Game Changer and will give an opportunity to young talented Nigerians who have great and innovative business ideas to compete in real-life entrepreneurial challenges. Up for grabs is a grand prize to start their new business or to support their existing one.
The 10-week series will have 16 finalists live together in the same house while facing 10 tough business tasks. They will be divided into teams and judged by members of the boardroom before being gradually eliminated until a winner emerges.
The Next Titan S9 is sponsored by cryptocurrency company Luno and is aimed at engineering entrepreneurship among Nigerian young people through identifying the best business minds and supporting their entrepreneurial acumen.
The Next Titan premiered in 2013 and is developed and produced by Lagos-based Bravopoints International. The company is also behind busines-themed TV series The Mavericks, The Proteges and Conversation with the Colossus.