South Africa-based Zimbabwean singer and the founder of Women of the Music Business Africa Berita, invites African female artists and managers to register for the second edition of the Finance for Social Enterprises virtual online course. The course is in partnership with Wits Business School and the Sony Global Justice Fund. It seeks to educate female artists on financial literacy, philanthropy and social investment. It seeks to equip women in music with a better understanding of finances within the sector, including how to position their enterprise in line with the requirements of funders or impact investor
- Only female candidates should register.
- Only female artists who have at least two years’ experience of recording and performing music.
- Female managers who have at least two years’ experience in booking, managing and promoting artists.
- The course is limited to 30 virtual seats.
The course will cover the following topics:
- Social enterprises and NGOs: Definition and context.
- Funding for NGOs and social enterprises.
- Regulations, BBBEE and other frameworks.
- Finance trends in Africa.
- Social requirements by grant funders and impact investors.
- Financial management.
The course will be held on 8 and 9 June and interested artists should apply via email at firstname.lastname@example.org(link sends e-mail) by 28 May.