The hardworking chief executive officer of EbonyLife Limited, Mo Abudu just gave Africa the most exciting news in terms of partnership with an international content development and distribution body. She Signed a three-year working relationship with Sony Pictures Television a couple of hours ago.
Female-owned businesses need the support of the masses to give them the facelift they deserve on the market. However, it is the combination of a lot of factors that will draw the masses to the businesses – proper structure, planning and marketing are just a few of such factors. Mo Abudu has managed to fuse those factors into her business that has gained the love of Africans.
Hence, leading to the new development which will see EbonyLife Limited and Sony Pictures Television work in the area of scripting and distribution of contents from her outlet. Topmost priority according to Mo Abudu is the scripting of a series inspired by The Dahomey Warriors – a true life event which took place in the kingdom of Dahomey in Africa around 1890. Two other projects will follow soon after the first one.
Furthermore, the union will give room for the series to be scripted to match that of Game of Thrones, Outlanders, Marco Polo and the list goes on.
This is worth celebrating and we congrats Mo Abudu and her working team at EbonyLife Limited.
See photos from the signing moment below:
(L-R) Mark Young, Senior Vice President, Distribution & Sales UK, Ireland, Africa, Iberia at Sony Pictures and Kunle Falodun, Vice President Distribution Africa – Sony Pictures
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