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Check Out: Entertainment Week Lagos (EWL) 2.0 Is Bigger And Better Than Ever

Lights, camera, Lagos! Africa’s biggest entertainment industry gathering will return this December for its second edition, bringing together a diverse community of 15,000 enthusiasts for eight days of innovation, collaboration, networking and knowledge exchange.

With a focus on emerging technologies, skills development, business acumen and social change, Entertainment Week Lagos (EWL) is a transformative event in Nigeria that unites professionals and entertainment enthusiasts alike.

Entertainment Week Lagos Has Something For Everyone

EWL is an initiative of the Livespot Foundation, produced by Livespot360, a 360° creative Solutions company renowned for its innovative and industry-redefining projects. Livespot360’s portfolio includes popular productions and events such as Livespot X Festival with Cardi B.

EWL 2.0 will be bigger and better then ever. Themed “The Next Wave”, the gathering is set to make waves in Lagos from December 13 to 20. From panel sessions with industry leaders to movie screenings of the greatest films, the immersive event will have something for everyone.

Entertainment Week Lagos seeks to unite the entertainment industry and its passionate followers under one roof. With an ambitious target of reaching more than 100 million people and training at least 1,000 individuals, EWL 2023 will surely leave a lasting impact.

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Talks That Will Shape The Future Of African Entertainment

“While the first edition was a success, we are looking to take things a notch higher with several exciting elements starting with a launch party, panel sessions, keynotes, think tanks, pitch sessions, workshops, masterclasses, movie screenings … and a marketplace for local brands.”

Deola Art Alade, Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Livespot360, highlighted the interesting elements at EWL, focusing on networking, art installations and brand exhibition area as well. It appears conversations at the event will shape the future of African entertainment.