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16th CFA’s Startups Hangout Features Two Creative Industry Giants

16th CFA's Startups Hangout

A number of people have argued, that everyone is creative to some extent, whether or not this statement is true is an argument for another day.

What is clear is that the creative industries is certainly bigger than many people can imagine.

A study conducted by Ernst & Young estimates that the Creative Industry generated $2,250 billion in revenues (3% of world GDP) as at December 2015. Can you beat that?

This is primarily why we have decided to invite two creative giants to the 16th CFA’s Startups Hangout as speakers. It holds on the 31st of August, 2018 at! Ikeja GRA.

Grab a seat now.

Meet the Speakers

Ojoma Ochai


Ojoma is Director, Arts, West Africa at British Council where she is focused on developing programmes that build skills, create / facilitate networks, advocate policy and support the growth of a strong creative ecosystem to support prosperity for artists, cultural professionals, creative entrepreneurs and their communities and seek to promote the use of digital and technology to strengthen the sector value chains.

She has strong experience in cultural and creative industry policy and practice, programme management, arts management, strategy, fundraising, public speaking, team leadership and monitoring and evaluation.

Ojoma is a member of various local and international organisations.


Obi Asika

Obi is currently the Chairman of Dragon Africa, a strategic communications advisory firm with blue chip clients across business and government.

He is a proud Nigerian, celebrated internationally for his enormous contributions to the development and promotion of the creative industry in Nigeria.

Though his business background and interests span oil and gas, infrastructure advisory, procurement, events and strategic communications, he is best known globally as one of the drivers of the Nigerian entertainment industry and the principal advocate of Nigerian soft power.

In 2015 he became the first African appointed by the President of the Federal Government to a Cabinet-rank position overseeing the portfolio of social media & digital strategy.

About CFA’s Startups Hangout

A uniquely conceived, informal session brought to you by Each session enables startups connect with successful entrepreneurs and top executives who have garnered tons of experiences that money simply can’t buy.

Kind appreciation to our partners Remita, Zinox, Swift Networks, AskAnExpert, and many more.

Here are photos from previous sessions:

Obafela Bank-Olemoh, Special Adviser to the Lagos State Governor on Education, explaining a point to the Attendees at the 15th Edition of CFA’s Startups Hangout Question and answer session at the 15th Edition of CFA’s Startups Hangout

Remember, seats are limited, so book yours today.