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Thursday, 26 July 2012

Nigerian Voice Bank's Mail I got

Dear LAB reader,

I got this mail and thought it is an interesting Innovation and cheap way to access Voice talents. I have not used this service but something tells me, that it is one of the inventions we have been waiting for in Nigeria.

I recommend!


Nigerian Voice Bank(free access to voice talents) 

At the Nigerian Voice Bank we have created a platform that will give you free access to Nigeria's finest voices.

This service is totally free for organizations or groups of people that may be needing a talent or two to execute their projects. We are also working on increasing our data bank.


Please help us refer voice talents from around Nigeria or talent that may be desiring opportunities in the Nigerian Market to
www.nigerianvoicebank.com/how . Our desire is to make the Nigerian Voice Bank a robust platform that will cater for all your voice-over needs and eventually eliminating the need for random auditions to cast voices.

Below are two of our top five voice talents:


Morris Rocky Rungano is Nigerian Voice Bank's newest talent. He is a voice actor with a deep rich powerfull bass voice and a 12years voice acting experience. He runs a home studio and presently resides in Monrovia. For booking, view his page and get his contact details on
www.nigerianvoicebank.com/rungano
 
Meet the other talent when you continue

Can Charity make a difference?

For almost 3 months now, I have been in the world of Charity. I have experienced first hand what it really means to be catering for children from poor family background. Moreso inspiring, is seeing them cry and smile through the tears because you contributed to removing them off the street into schools, and that comprehensively free.

I volunteer for Rochas foundation as a Volunteer corps member. Interestingly, mine is not financial involvement (even though I hope to upgrade) but I have visited the schools where these children study free form the worries of What to eat, How to pay school fees, How to get books and school uniforms etc for all that is provided for.
Before I signed up here, it beats me that I barely knew the level of impact this foundation, I first heard of some 10 years ago, had made. With over 5, 000 children currently studying in one of the five secondary schools in Jos, Ibadan, Kano, Owerri and Ogboko, and another 700 ex-student being sponsored through University through a Scholarship scheme, I believe in free education for the less prvileged.

 To think that the first free university is under construction for these children is commendable to say the least. This project I volunteer for has taught me, that life is well lived when lived for others.
Volunteerism is fun! 
For me, like the rest of the Corps, EVERY CHILD COUNTS!
www.rochasfoundation.net
email: rfvc@rochasfoundation.net

Miss Jenny Chisom

Tuesday, 3 July 2012

I Adopt #AdoptAtweep free Twitter events


It was glitz , leisure and education at sofa lounge on Saturday 30th June 2012 when @blcompere twitter handler, my friend and role model, Blossom Nnodim hosted almost 100 young people in Abuja and environs in an exclusive event, #AdoptAtweep #BYOD workshop.
The brand #AdoptAtweep is the second twitter maximization workshop in a row hosted by Blossom after the debut event that held on the 26th of May 2012 with 3 participants. Sponsored by @sofalounge81, a life style furniture company, who used the opportunity to do something for young people in Abuja, the partnership between them and the @blcompere brand was so apt.
Blossom Nnodim, the convener is an avid blogger, soon-to-be published author, excellent compere and recently a lousy designer. She shared what she termed 10 tips to explode on twitter, and highlighted that she believes in empowering people to get more followership that will in turn help them earn extra income.
From experience, Blossom explained that extra income is important as she unveiled how she started out after attending a boothcamp hosted by @ofilispeaks in Oct 2011 when she had a twitter followership of barely 300. She, having adopted the techniques learnt by her teacher, Mr. Okechukwu ofili of ofilispeaks.com at the “How to sell your stupidity” boothcamp had at 6pm on 29th June 2012 generated 7, 615 folllowers. She also announced that through promoting brands on twitter as a passion, she currently earns an extra income of N60, 000 for promoting four major organizations. She encouraged every participant present to tweet for a cause and highlighted the need for consistency amongst other tips.