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Business and music seminar with ML next weekend

Artists, musicians and brand owners based in the north, head over to Hashtag Pub and Grill next weekend!

Northern-based business women and men are in for a treat as musician Maria Immanuel well known as ML will be sharing all her knowledge in the industries at an upcoming seminar.
They say a candle does not lose its brightness by lighting other candles and ML is proving the theory to be right with her upcoming seminar. ML announced the news yesterday on social media as she shared the poster with the caption:

“Tag a friend who needs to attend this to register. I will be giving a free business and music seminar in Ongwediva on 8 June. Entrepreneurs, musicians and clothing brand owners, come through so we talk business on Saturday at HashTag Grill in Diva. Registration is free! More info on the poster.”

ML who is not a stranger to doing a series of trade talks wants to pick up her culture but this time for SMEs and those in the entertainment and creative industry.
“I have realized that creatives still need mentoring information on how to run businesses. There are so many clothing brand owners in Ovamboland but they are not doing it from a level of trying to sell it as a Namibian product. We will tackle things like trademarking, how and where to get funding from, copyright and business registration among other things,” she said.

So how do you get to drink from this well of knowledge? You simply register by calling the number on the poster and showing up to learn and unlearn!

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