On Sunday, November 15, Star Enzymes Events & Promotions Limited, held a prize presentation ceremony in Lagos for the very first competition hosted by its talent management subsidiary, The BUZZr.
The competition, tagged: #TheBUZZrChallenge and #TheBUZZrTalentshow on Instagram, began October 1 2020 and saw a variety of young people posting videos of themselves, exhibiting their many special abilities.
The rule of the competition stated that the entries with the highest number of comments would be selected as winners. On October 29, the contestants, Blessings Ikechukwu (@nemelu_juanita2), Diala Kingsley (@badboyzigi), and Jennifer Offiah (@skira_j), with videos grossing 14022, 11400, and 5,531 comments respectively, were announced as the top three entrants and thus winners of the competition.
In a brief address, the Star Enzymes’ CEO, Fadeke Omo-Omorodion, said “the main aim of the #theBUZZrchallenge 1.0 was to create awareness for the brand.”
“However, our long-term goal is to source for and create a pool of talents for the entertainment industry. In doing this, the talents will leverage on the strength of the brand as a launching pad,” she said.
The highlight of the event was the presentation of cheque and branded throw pillows by the award-winning music artist, Panshak Zamani, popularly known as Ice Prince.
According to Ice Prince, “Platforms like The BUZZr help to provide the necessary support for upcoming talents and should be encouraged. This is a wonderful beginning and it shows that there’s so much more to the company called Star Enzymes.”
The ceremony also featured a special recognition category for two outstanding talents in the entries submitted by a four-year old @Zara_Say1 and an iconic medical student cum creative artist @Darlington_3D.
#TheBUZZrChallenge 1,0 is the first edition and promises to deliver even better results from the subsequent competitions.