First Bank of Nigeria Limited, Nigeria’s most valuable bank brand is presenting ‘Food is Art’, a food fête to reaffirm its commitment to the development of the art and business of food.

The theme, ‘Street Food’ is designed to enhance economic diversification by showcasing varied opportunities and the various potentials in food photography, artistry, presentation, and packaging among others.

‘Food is Art’ is scheduled to take place on Saturday, October 15, 2016 at the Freedom Park, Lagos, from 11am.

FirstBank sets to create a “platform of exposure and expansion for SMEs in food business whilst providing subject matter experts to coach entrepreneurs on the wide-ranging avenues of thriving with food photography”.

Folake Ani-Mumuney, FirstBank’s roup Head, Marketing & Corporate Communications said the bank is interested and set to support the business, art and entertainment of food across all segments of the economy”.

“We realise that support for food business and by extension the agricultural value food chain will enable individual and communal self-reliance, self-contentment and self-sufficiency, which will translate to national revenue growth.

“This is what informed the bank’s initiation of food and creative arts events and workshops to fully promote businesses that will build the sector and in the long run preserve our growing population, build revenue for development purposes as well as create employment opportunities”, she said.



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