Bem recently wrote and performed a song for the late MD of Guaranty Trust Bank, wait till you hear it. Lindsey’s captivating moment in the Project Fame poses her as the next best thing. Vera’s much anticipated new designs are out and Okey Ofili’s new book will be on parade. Bem, Lindsey and Vera however, are the highlights. This season of Interface is packed full of interesting speakers from diverse walks of life to lead yet another out of the ordinary conversation on innovation and creativity we have themed:
- Time is 10am prompt
- Venue: Terra Kulture, Tiamiyu Savage Street, Victoria Island.
- Date Saturday 9, July, 2011
Five speakers will be doing justice to the theme from various perspectives:
Eng Vincent Maduka: Currently a lecturer at School of Media and Communications of the Pan African University, he has at several stages been MD of NTA. He will be doing a key note session on the topic ‘Innovation: what it is and what it is not’.
Bolaji Kamson: A quest for corporate development and entrepreneurship led him to relinquish his high peck job to follow a passion. As a serial entrepreneur, technical output and not just figures remain his priority. He will be sharing on the topic ‘Behind the Cameras’.
Joy Isah: An educationist with a proven track record, she runs the franchise of Kip McGrath Education Centre: An international franchise that help children with learning challenges. She currently work in Children’s International Scool, Lekki. Aside, pasturing and counseling, her area of interest is Trainer Training. She will be sharing on ‘Multiple Intelligences’.
Tosin Otitoju: The polymath, although her outstanding WAEC result in 1996 remains unrivaled, she sustained her academic lead; graduating Summa Cum Laude in Engineering. She has lectured in UNILAG, and her amity for reportage drew her into journalism. She will be speaking on ‘Engaging and Enhancing Your Creativity’.
Harold Obasahan: After a noteworthy career with several multinationals, he started his entrepreneurial journey and is presently the Chief Strategist/CEO of Harval Nigeria Limited. He also plays a directorship role in Century Group, an indigenous emerging conglomerate. He will be speaking on ‘Renewable Energy and its Potentials’.
Tosin Olukuade: This uber designer is the director of Facuade Clothiers in Surulere. His flare for passion though came to light a little over 10 years, but he decided to set the ball roll an opened Facuade. He is most known for his unique, creative and indigenous pattern to fashion.
Also we’ll be having Somachi Chris–Asoluka and Yimi Omofuma come speak, the formidable duo organizing a fundraiser for their former classmate Kechi Okwuchi; sole survivor of the 61 students on board the ill fated Sosoliso flight in 2005, to complete her surgeries and make her miracle complete.