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Artists, creatives to be drilled in financial literacy

Copyright Society of Malawi (COSOMA) through the COSOMA Copyright Fund, has partnered NICO Holdings Group in an initiative called Investment School of Creatives.

This is an initiative where NICO Holdings is handing over K45 million to the organisation meant to train artists and creatives on how best they can run their craft as a business.

Chairman for COSOMA Copyright Fund’s Investment Committee, Robert Kapyepye, says they are targeting about 200 beneficiaries who will learn more about brand marketing, insurance and pension.

Speaking during the ceremony NICO Holdings Group Head of Marketing and Customer Experience, Loraine Mlenga, said their support cements their belief that the creative sector has the ability to highly contribute to the country’s economic growth if well supported.

By Geoffrey Chinawa

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