Nigeriaâ€™s creative platform, â€˜CREAMâ€, pioneered by music superstar, Dbanj signed another partnership deal with one of the countryâ€™s leading financial institutions, Access Bank.
The CREAM Platform, which launched in August 2016, already has over three million subscribers and has in the last two years discovered, nurtured and promoted countless talents in music, entertainment and the creative industry.
The CEO of DKM Digital, Damian Ifeanyi Okoroafor said, â€œOur new deal with Access Bank is designed to reach out to more talents and to expand the categories from just music related to agriculture, education entrepreneurship and sport categories and so much more.â€Â
Speaking about the journey so far, the founder of DKM Media, Daniel Oladapo Oyebanjo, popularly known as Dbanj said, â€œThe journey of CREAM platform has been an amazing one and I can only thank God and my dedicated team for the success thus far! From the moment the idea came to me many years ago through the times we had countless meetings through all the meetings with our partners till we were finally able to launch it about 18months ago… itâ€™s been a journey of painstaking planning, calculations, funding, research based on data and futuristic thinking.â€
He added, â€œToday we are proud to announce yet another landmark in this journey, as we partner with Access Bank to make the CREAM platform more accessible to wider range of people and creatives… in the coming weeks weâ€™ll activate more partnerships and with over three million subscribers and counting, we are only going to be better with time.Â
â€œWith Access Bank coming on board, thereâ€™ll be a lot of added value and advantage to our subscribers which doesnâ€™t affect our usual monthly draws and winners. Access bank will be giving lucking winners N1 million weekly for 10 weeks, also 10 entrepreneurs will be trained within the 10-week period, all courtesy of Access bank.â€