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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

British Council is Mapping Nigeria’s Creative Economy

What will this mapping do for you?

It will provide data that will:
·         Help you secure Nigerian and foreign investment as well as funding for your creative business
·         Make it easier for you to access intervention and funding from government
·         Put you on the Nigerian creative industries map which will be available online and accessible worldwide 

How will the mapping do this? Continue to find out...
How will the mapping do this?

The mapping will measure
·         contribution of the sector to national GDP, export revenue and job creation
·         the capacity of the sector to boost Nigeria’s international image
·         challenges of sector businesses and opportunities for growth

What do you need to do?
Provide information on your creative business through the survey and win a prize for your participation.
Note! All respondents will be entered into a draw to win exciting prizes. To be entered you need to complete the survey. We appreciate the time taken to complete this as we work towards the common good of the creative sector in Nigeria.

To fill the survey, please follow the link below according to the sector that majority of your creative work occurs in:
For more information about the British Council Creative Industries Mapping project go here and here

22 comments:

Mich said...

Great survey.
About time creative work is given this kind of attention.
Definitely checking this out right away.

frank_whyte said...

These British and their modern slavery again? They are the major cause of this brain drain problem we have and keep indulging in exercises like this to make sure they keep the best of the best labour our country provides for themselves. God, I hate the British!!!

Anonymous said...

common they don't have slot for writes this is not fair...

Anonymous said...

Umm umm , they haven't finished with their own economy, they are mapping others, abeg make we hear word.

G's said...

Dear Linda, please post Kcee's new Okoso video. Thanks

Anonymous said...

So if no b music or film we don je ware b dat hmm I must re invigorate my voice

Anonymous said...

Gosh the world is coming to an end and we don't even realize it yet seriously we need to be careful with the type of proposals we accept into the country and world wide

Eze Chukwumereze said...

Let them map out theirs...These brits meet naija for everything, school, visa bond, shopping in their malls.Why can't they let naija be?

Anonymous said...

Is this is another way of consoling us for the uk visa fee bond, na wa oo..shalisderon

Anonymous said...

Please let them face their economy... I smell a rat

Anonymous said...

Ya'll need to stop being ignorant. Please find out what the British Council in Nigeria is actually about before you start myopic rants about slavery and colonisation. 99percent of the people who work in British Council Nigeria are NIGERIANS and this would have been an initiative put forward by the Nigerian team (FACT ACTUALLY). So, no be Queen Elizabeth or David Cameron dey map una o!!! OPEN YA MINDS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ariesbabe said...

My dear, u re nt alone on dis...I feel d same way 2. God 4gv me 4 sayn dis bt I hate dem. They shld just let dis country (Nigeria) b 4 heaven's sake.

Anonymous said...

Another way of slavery....... So hate these british and their antics

Anonymous said...

Not interested jawe

Anonymous said...

Hahahahahaha. Ignorant fools. Kai! Nigerians, out of the abundance of their ignorance they speak. Putting down an idea they do not even understand. If unsure, please ask questions.

Anonymous said...

Go back to school

Anonymous said...

We don't need it. We are a young, proud, diverse and beautiful country. The future of the new world !!!

Anonymous said...

Linda,

The naivity and paranoia being displayed by your first 10 commentators really leaves much to be desired, allusions to slave trade and apocalypse (end of the world) tales is just so sad to see. It just shows how much the youth of Nigeria have lost their way, I see some comments here begging Linda to post a music video, whereas this is an initiative that can lead to a better tomorrow For participants. The Nigerian government doesn't care about it's people and when Nigerian companies propose this kind of things, they are pushed aside. This is why, I believe the British council took up the gauntlet to initiate this drive. Nigerian Youths, please avail yourselves and don't be enthralled only by quasi-pornographic music videos that exist today.

Anonymous said...

All u Nigerians dissing d idea, can c how shallow minded u are, so myopik and talkin like fools, u dissing d British, piple u can't b like even in a 100 yrs

Anonymous said...

Totally agree with your comment, its so sad the way majority of Nigerians think. Ignorant is bliss I guess!

Tugis Art Studio said...

I'm into the visual art, which is a multi million dollars industry (especially for famous and established artist).


Defiantly, such a map would be helpful for a Nigerian artist like myself (assuming I get selected, it would mean; free publicity). I know that their main target would be the music industry (only music and visual art is equal in quality to any of our foreign counterparts).

Paul Okwuchukwu said...

wow this is something i would most def be part of.