Business and education consultant Fagil Mandy has advised youth or budding artistes to remain innovative and creative in a bid to fit in cut throat music industry.
Officiating at Esom school of music second graduation ceremony where 120 youth graduated with certificates in music, Fagil Mandy said learning multiple skills and being innovative will help budding artistes to fit in the current dynamic music industry.
He said the music industry has become competitive and dynamic requiring new entrants to master unique skills to adjust to audience tastes and preferences.
“The fast growing music industry has offered jobs for the youth however with much competition youth must be creative to fit in the dynamic,” Fagil said.
He also besides music industry ever changing due to consumer tastes and preferences, graduates must learn several skills to fit in the cut throat music industry.
Daniel Kiyega the schools director cautioned graduands to remain committed to their career path to achieve their life dreams.
“There is nothing simple in this earth. Be committed, have right attitude, perseverance and hard work is the key to success,”Kiyega said.
Started 2006 from humble beginning with initial capital of 700,000 Essom school is now worth a billion shilling. It has trained over 4000 students since inception.
According to Kiyega The school plans to acquire its own land to put up state of art school complex and open several branches country wide namely Entebbe Jinja, Mbale and Masaka to address demand supply.
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