As the third edition of ‘The Next Titan’, an entrepreneurial reality show kicks off soon, organisers of the show has promised that this year’s edition will be more exciting.
The show, which has already reached the audition-stage is sponsored by Heritage Bank.
Speaking at a press conference in Ikeja, Lagos, Managing Director of Bravopoints International Limited and Executive Producer of The Next Titan, MideKunle-Akinlaja, said Season three promises to be more exciting.
“Auditions will kickstart next week in Abuja, before moving to Port Harcourt; and then Lagos with a lot of exciting pre-show activities such as Top 50 Boot Camp holding in Lagos, Premiere Show Gala Evening and many others,” Kunle-Akinlaja said.
Eventually, 16 top contestants will be invited to the house in Lagos for 10 weeks where they would be given weekly tasks in various aspects of business such as sales, marketing, promotions, charities, advertising pitches and others. And the winner will cart home a N5 million cash prize as well as a Ford Focus car, courtesy of Ford Motors.
Ori Ogba, who is in charge of Retail and SME Banking at Heritage Bank said The Next Titan symbolises what Heritage Bank is all about, hence, the reason for sponsoring it.
Also present at the conference was immediate past winner of The Next Titan, Davies Okeowo, who founded EnterpriseHILLS, a business consulting firm that provides business development services and support to Micro, Small and Medium scale Enterprises.
The main judges of the show remain Kyari Bukar, Chairman, Nigerian Economic Summit Group and Tonye Cole, CEO of Sahara Group while Professor Pat Utomi and others will be guest judges.
Other sponsors of the show include Aero, Nikky Taurus, Hygeia and Sifax.
By Tony Nwanne