Future Awards, British Council Partner On Prize In Media Enterprise




 

Future Awards

The Central Working Committee of The Future Awards Africa (TFAA) has announced its partnership with The British Council on The Future Awards Prize in Media Enterprise 2013.

“We are very excited to announce the introduction of a special category, The British Council and The Future Awards Africa Prize for ‘The International Young Media Entrepreneur of the Year’,” said Adebola Williams, is a Director with The Future Project.

“This is a first with TFAA as we step on the continental stage, and it furthers the search for
outstanding young entrepreneurs in the media and sectors where our continent has many trailblazers.”

The search begins for young persons working in the creative sectors are able to demonstrate business success in the classic terms of  business growth (profit, market share, employees) and/or in terms of his or her reputation (creativity, quality and aesthetic) amongst peers.

“We are excited to partner with The Future Awards Africa to identify spectacular young entrepreneurs in these sectors as part of our support for creativity and enterprise,” said Ojoma Ochai, is Assistant Country Director of the British Council in Nigeria.

“We are particularly heartened that TFAA has sustained its integrity and capacity to highlight the brightest and best young people over the past eight years. With the incredible energy of its team and excellent board of judges, we echo the endorsement by the World of the awards as The Noble Prize for Young Africans.”

Nominees should be young people working in the media, with entrepreneurial and leadership abilities, potential to change their sector, market awareness and understanding. The nominations open today and close on 25 July 2013 at 8:30am.

This category will be judged by the British Council alongside members of The Future Awards Africa team.

The winner gets a trip to the United Kingdom to participate in a programme with valuable networking and idea exchange with their international and peers in the media sector, some of whom are themselves winners of the same award in their own countries.

The awards event holds in August 2013. There will be no public voting for this edition of The Future Awards Africa.


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