Ecobank Nigeria, an affiliate of the Ecobank Group, a leading private pan-African banking group, has announced the opening of EPAC Studios to promote talents and creativity across the African continent.
The Studio which is a carefully crafted space located in the Ecobank Pan-African Centre (EPAC) Victoria Island Lagos, was opened recently for telling authentic African stories in art, culture, lifestyle, and entertainment.
Jide Sipe, Head of Marketing and Corporate Communications of Ecobank Nigeria, while making the announcement, revealed that the initiative by the bank is to further showcase and develop the creative industry. He also stated that the space is an open canvas for the public to explore, collaborate, and create premium indigenous content for television, online, and mobile platforms.
“The studio is designed to inspire and entertain people and also project brands through engaging and quality videos. For us as a bank, we believe in the power of inclusivity, this is why EPAC Studios is a free-to-use space, accessible to all creative minds. We are embracing partnerships and collaborations with other brands to foster a dynamic environment where ideas flourish.
“EPAC Studios is more than just four walls and a roof, it represents a world where we are your partners in creativity. Understanding that dreams are meant to be fulfilled, our focus is on helping you turn those dreams into reality,” he said.
Sipe further made a call to all the creatives in Africa to make good use of the opportunity presented by the studio. His words “To the creative mind, I dare say EPAC Studios is the hub for innovation and expression. Our primary goal is to collaborate with you, giving life to your visions and amplifying your voices. We’re here to support your journey and offer you resources, expertise, and a platform to shine. And for those who enjoy savouring the fruits of creativity”
“EPAC studios allow you to dive into a world of original content, from exhilarating game shows to thought-provoking podcasts and compelling product service videos,” he also stated.