Eunice Obianagha is a Creative Consultant and Event Director with over 10 years of experience in managing complex entertainment and cultural based projects in the UK and Nigeria. She is a Business Graduate of Middlesex University and a qualified Prince2 Project Management Practitioner.
As Head of events for the MOBO Awards, Eunice has worked directly under the CEO and MD to drive the high-profile event which takes place annually in world-renowned arena venues and broadcasted nationally on BBC, ITV and Viacom channels.
Her work in Nigeria has covered project managing a number of broadcasted and live productions for independent production companies.
Eunice has extensive experience working with non-profit organisations, which include a post as Deputy Director for a long established UK registered creative charity called SJI. Eunice is a Trustee for an Arts Council England NPO called Small Green Shoots, which delivers dynamic arts opportunities for young creatives in the UK. She is a Music Advisor for the PRS Foundation and a member of the BRIT Awards Voting Academy.
Chinedu ‘Chin’ Okeke is an Impresario and Entertainment-Entrepreneur set on changing the conversation about Africa. A Law Graduate (LLB) from the University of Bristol, he holds a diploma in Chinese from Tsinghua University, Beijing. His career in the entertainment industry started at an early age as he grew up playing the piano, drums, singing and acting. In high school, he began promoting in London through to University at Bristol where he started to produce larger events; a highlight was producing the Bristol Fashion show during which he raised £200,000. Chin founded Eclipse Group in March 2010 initially as a production company for live events, soon followed by a Brand Agency in 2011, a branding and communications company
which has developed entertainment properties for multinationals like Pepsi, RedBull Bollinger and Nokia to name a few, as well as representing talents as brands across music, TV and film. In 2013, Chin launched Eclipse Live, an entertainment company focused on bringing live, affordable and accessible entertainment to the youth of Africa. At Eclipse Live, Chin developed The Gidi Culture Festival, which is the biggest music festival in West Africa and SeatGate, a B2B white label ticketing solution for promoters and venues. The Gidi Culture Festival has been coined as defining the progression of music and urban youth culture in Africa as it’s known today. Eclipse also operates as a promoter for emerging artists and producing events like festivals and concerts for clients. Chin is a member of the Steering Council for the ILMC Futures Forum and has been named one of the 10 most powerful people in entertainment on YNaija’s Power list. He is also a founding Trustee of the ECHO Music and Arts Foundation. Chin has spoken at Midem, Social Media Week and Davos.
Oriteme Banigo is an advocate for development in education, entrepreneurship, Political and Social Awareness. He holds a BSC Economics from Northeastern University and an MBA from ESCP Business School. He is a Co-founder and Vice-President of Panaramic Entertainment which produces content that promotes and preserves Nigerian history and culture.
As co-founder of Eclipse Live Africa, he has been able to produce internationally recognized Festivals and concerts the flagship being Gidi Culture Festival. Oriteme is a general partner at Ventucon Partners, a boutique Venture Capitalist Fund that focuses on Technological solutions in the Education, Health, Real Estate and Corporate Sector.
Oriteme acted as special Advisor to former Governor of Bayelsa State Timipre Sylva and was directly involved in political and social issues that impact his community, Brass and the Niger Delta.