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Without structure, creatives will have finance problems – Uade Ahimie, Co-founder, Hiwee’s communication

The creative industry might be the third largest industry after power, oil and gas, worth trillions of dollars. People in this sector range from the full-time workers with a side hustle, full-time freelancers, part-time workers, software developers, designers, entertainers, actors, singers, artists and others in the entertainment and communications

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Mfonobong Inyang: There’s a Need for Financial Literacy in the Creative Sector

The Nigerian entertainment sector has remained one of the thriving aspects of the economy, owing principally to two reasons amongst many others: it is youth-driven and has relatively little interference from government; Nigerian youths account for over half of the country’s population, which is over 100 million people, going by the estimated population of about 200 million. Over the past decade, there has been growth in leaps and bounds, however, it’s time to move the needle some more.

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Without structure, creatives will have finance problems – Uade Ahimie, Co-founder, Hiwee’s communication

The creative industry might be the third largest industry after power, oil and gas, worth trillions of dollars. People in this sector range from the full-time workers with a side hustle, full-time freelancers, part-time workers, software developers, designers, entertainers, actors, singers, artists and others in the entertainment and communications

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Mfonobong Inyang: There’s a Need for Financial Literacy in the Creative Sector

The Nigerian entertainment sector has remained one of the thriving aspects of the economy, owing principally to two reasons amongst many others: it is youth-driven and has relatively little interference from government; Nigerian youths account for over half of the country’s population, which is over 100 million people, going by the estimated population of about 200 million. Over the past decade, there has been growth in leaps and bounds, however, it’s time to move the needle some more.

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