By Ntia Usukuma.
After a successful first edition of The Next Titans, Nigeria’s foremost Entrepreneur Reality Show, the organizers of the project has finalized arrangements to hold Season Two of the popular Show.
According to the producers of the Next Titan, Ficomms International Group, Season Two promises more prizes asides from the grand prize of Five Million Naira and a brand new Briscoe Ford Car. Two of the top 16 contestants will receive Ten Million Naira Entre Fund and business incubation for 2 years by Quick Fix Ltd.
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Call for free entries for the Season Two is already in progress from young Nigerians who will pass through auditions in order to search for the best business minds and ideas.
According to Ezenwa Onuoha, the Corporate Affairs Manager, Ficomms International Group, The Next Titan is designed to sharpen and ignite the entrepreneurial spirit and a can-do attitude in young Nigerians. It is packaged as world-class to support ground breaking initiatives that can open new economic avenues, leading to social development
“Sixteen top contestants will have very real street smarts in order to make it through the challenges, and the contestants will prove their entrepreneurial flair through various businesses challenges in the 10-week show, but the effects of educating and involving Nigeria’s budding entrepreneurs who are watching the show will hopefully be far reaching”, Ezenwa Onuoha noted.
The show will bring the reality of pains and gains of entrepreneurial journey into the living rooms of millions of Nigerians, and viewers will be given opportunity to vote for whom they believe has the composite of a successful entrepreneur. Each week, tasks will incorporate various aspects of business: sales, marketing, promotions, charities, advertising pitches and others.
The judges of the show are top Nigerian business leaders such as Kyari Bukar, Chairman, Nigerian Economic Summit Group; Tonye Cole, CEO, Sahara Group; and other captains of industries. They will take advantage of their positions as judges to mentor the contestants and millions of viewers. The mentorship aspect of the show will also entails the visiting of other young successful entrepreneurs to the house of the contestants on weekly basis.
By Ntia Usukuma.