As part of the capacity building programme of the Musicians Union of Ghana, MUSIGA the Union is organizing a training seminar in collaboration with the Business Development Fund under the Ministry of Trade and Industry.
The seminar kicks off on Thursday, April 18 at NAFTI.
The programme will cover a range of topics to improve the business appreciation and business development capacities of the Union’s leadership.
The topics include Improving Business Competencies for Increased Profit, Managerial Leadership Skills, Financial Management and Investment Appraisal and Financial Control Models.
Other topics include Leadership Principles, Connecting Strategy with Capability and Group Dynamics.
The seminar will be handled by Dibest Consult which has extensive experience in providing training consultancy for clients and is led by Chani Otuteye. According to him, the seminar will adapt a practical approach using issues of relevance to the music industry to illustrate the principles to be discussed.
The MUSIGA President Bice Osei Kuffour aka Obour says this is one of the many activities the union has lined up to enhance the capacities of players in the industry.
MUSIGA recently partnered the British Council to organize a two day training programme for industry practitioners Managing the Business of Music.
A selection of regional executives, artiste managers and entertainment reporters will participate in the seminar.