Creative entrepreneurship (that is, entrepreneurship within the creative industry such as films and music) may sound like a risky endeavour, but like all forms of entrepreneurship, it has its potential.
Sure, it’s hard to nail a winning formula – we all can’t just set up an animation company and expect it to become the next Disney, after all – but it’s not to say that there aren’t ways to maximise that potential, and perhaps find success within the world of telling stories.
That’s the basis to a forum held during MaGIC’s E-Nation Symposium on “Maximising the Potential of Creative Entrepreneurship in Malaysia.”
Held on Nov 2, the panel was moderated by Cultural Economy Development Agency (CENDANA) founding chief executive officer Izan Satrina, with big names within Malaysia’s entertainment industry as panellists – namely Animonsta Studio’s chief executive officer Nizam Razak, KRU Studios executive president and group CEO Norman Abdul Halim and National Film Development Corporation Malaysia (FINAS) chairman Hans Isaac (a well known actor-producer-director).
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