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ASFA FashionPreneur summit, an opportunity portal for young people, find out how

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The Abryanz Style and Fashion awards are famously known for glamour and Showbiz and little is known about it’s more productive perspective. The ASFA since inauguration in 2013 have with each passing edition changed lives positively. Besides the ASFA awarding event, the ASFA also have a FashionPreneur exhibition where Fashion is exhibited and showcased. At the FashionPreneur, all Fashion stakeholders meet and share a platform.

Once again, this year, The Abryanz Style and Fashion will hold a FashionPreneur summit. The exhibition is slated for this Saturday 26th October at Kingdom Kampala and this is why you should attend.

Here are some reasons to attend the ASFA FashionPreneur this Saturday

1. Learn from the best

You will work alongside award-winning academics and practitioners, who have exhibited at leading design shows. They will share their extensive industry experience when teaching and researching our specialist subjects, to help you achieve your ambitions.

2. Industry-standard facilities

You will have access to state-of-the-art studios, workshops and rooms that are resourced with industry-specific machinery for all aspects of fashion and textiles production. The combination of workshop practise, exploring digital technology and traditional craft skills will enable you to develop a personal and professionally relevant portfolio.

3. Industry links and placements

We have excellent links with regional and international brands. You will have the opportunity to carry out a placement in industry as one of your modules to gain valuable experience and networking skills.

4. Career success

5. Fashion Week and New Designers

There will be chance to showcase your work to industry leaders at the prestigious Fashion gurus.

6. Links with industry

The FashionPreneur creates modules that get employer and industry engagement, where you’ll work in collaboration with employers and partners in the industry.

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StarTimes & China Film companies give back

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StarTimes has come through once again for some children in the community. It was in 2003 that a one Isaac Nabwana IGG founded a school named Crane Educational Centre in the slums of Wakaliga. You may know him as the man behind Wakaliwood, the popular film company that has produced local action movies with martial arts as a big element. His work has attracted many to his camp and lately, 5 top film companies from China came to pay him and his school a visit, joined by StarTimes which has been a supporter of the school for a few years now.

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The production companies that donated to the school are recognized as the Top 5 best in China. They are: Ciwen Media Group Co. Ltd, Hangzhou Jiaping Pictures Co. Ltd, Shanghai Linmon Pictures Co. Ltd, Daylight Entertainment Co. Ltd, and National Radio and Television Administration. With StarTimes, they gave the children school requirements such as exercise books, sets, school bags, and pencil cases. Crane Educational Centre has a total of 375 kids with 21 members of staff who do their level best for the children. Isaac Nabwana stated that, “I am happy about the gesture because the donations from StarTimes and the Chinese are aimed at easing the conditions in which these children study as well as their general welfare. The Chinese chose my school because it is well known for promoting the Chinese culture especially through Kung Fu training both at school and in the community.”

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12 kids made a Kung Fu presentation for the Chinese guests who were grateful for the efforts the school puts in to teach the Chinese culture and also thanked Isaac Nabwana for his work. They shared their intentions of creating a relationship between Uganda and China in regards to film production in future. The children also got to be entertained with a screening of an animation which they enjoyed, and after which, proceeded home.

“StarTimes believes in empowering children in particular because they are the ones who will carry the mantle in years to come. We have had a relationship with this school for some time now and we try to provide what is necessary to help them excel. Seeing the smiles on the kids’ faces makes us happy too. Isaac is doing something positive for his community and we believe that our support encourages and motivates him to soar on. We do our best to contribute to the development of society.” said Cleopatra Koheirwe, the PR Manager at StarTimes



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Abryanz Style and Fashion Awards 2019 FashionPreneur slated for next Saturday at Kingdom Kampala

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As build up for the Abryanz Style and Fashion Awards in December, The ASFAs 2019 will hold their fashionprenuer next Saturday at Kampala Kingdom. FashionPrenuer is a fashion exhibition that sees Key fashion industry stakeholders share their source of inspiration, discuss the challenges they face as Fashionpreneurs and speak on their experiences while debating the solutions to empower the next generation of Fashionpreneurs.

The event will have both exhibitors and attendees showcasing and admiring fashion respectively. You can register and pay online to attend.

ASFAs 2019 are slated for 13th December at Kampala Serena hotel. The awards this years have 14 designated categories and will see the best fashion faces awarded. Entrance is only 100,000ugx and tickets are available on their website.

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MultiChoice Uganda premieres two short films

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Multi choice Uganda last week on Friday premiered two short films.  The two films, “Promise” and “Ensulo” were premiered at the multi choice head offices in Kololo. Each of the one hour films were created in Kenya and will be showing on DSTV, Pearl Magic channel 161.

According to Joan Semanda, PR and communications MultiChoice said the premier of the two short films were in line with both DSTV and GO TV showing support for the Uganda film industry. “WE also encourage young students with passion in film making as either film directors or actors to pursue career as we are here to support them.”

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