He has taken Pelepele on a world tour and is now serving in the MTN SWAMA committee. How does he do it and how does he turn around an industry that is loved by many but hated equally by many due to its lack of sustainability? Come to find out at the Mbabane Theatre Club foyer this coming Saturday, 22 September 2018.
Everyone is welcome to attend and entry is FREE… you just only need to call/SMS/Whatsapp you name on 7825 4146 to secure your seat. The event will start at 10am until 12 noon. It is a great platform to network over light snacks and meet people in the Arts. We will have a number of other successful artists who made their talents a business and we will have an art exhibition by young entrepreneurs in the arts.
This event is sponsored by the Farai Foundation and our continuous partners Nkosi Culture and Destiny Group.
Tall Tree Talent Management
Creative Entreprenuer with 22 years experience in the arts industry in Eswatini. Renouwned Actor, Chaerographer, plays indeginous intruments like the Djembe Drums, Makhnyane, Marimba and many more. He has Directed a nmber of festivals and eents including the MTN SWAMA Awards, Eswatini Comedy Festival.
With 22 years experience in the arts, Larry Mhlanga was a struggling artist from Zimbabwe, He has seen it all, experienced all the hardships and he decided to take that stage creativity, put it on paper and go for entrepreneurship in the very same industry he works on. He saw a gap in the arts in Swaziland and he took a leap of faith. Through his business, Tall Tree Talent Management he has managed brands like Mdura, Switch, Stitch, Elfoe, Pelepele and many more.
Through his ideas, he has provided employment and careers for many youths not only in Mbabane but across the country. He has taken Pelepele on a world tour and is now serving in the MTN SWAMA committee. How does he do it and how does he turn around an industry that is loved by many but hated equally by many due to its lack of sustainability?
Startup Grind Mbabane