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HD Plus Creations on drive to venture into movie industry

Written by  Moses Nyirenda
HD Plus Creations team in action HD Plus Creations team in action

Lilongwe, January 30, 2019: A Lilongwe based visual outfit, HD Plus Creations says it intends to venture into movie industry in a bid to create job opportunities among the youth in the country.

HD Plus Creations Director, Sukez real name Gift Sukali told Malawi News Agency (Mana) that his firm is set to venture into the movie industry soon.

“We are hoping to see a lot of job opportunities being unveiled to Malawians especially the youth after we have ventured into the industry,” said Sukez.

He said his company targets to become one of the largest employers in the country whereby their vision is to employ 1500 youth by the year 2030.

HD Plus Creations was established in 2014 by Sukez and his friend Hastings Golosi. The visual firm has played a big role in uplifting youth in the country by providing jobs and video production trainings.

In 2018, HD Plus Creations was nominated as the startup of the year in the South Africa Startup Awards, a recognized business awards in Africa.

According to Sukez, HD Plus Creations is looking forward to advancing visual arts in the country.

“Our goal is to change the local video production scene in Malawi by giving people high quality and creative visual content,” he explained.

Film Association of Malawi (FAM) President, Izaius Mkandawire commended HD Plus Creations for their new drive saying it would bring positive development towards the social economic situation of the country.

He also said the venturing of HD Plus Creations into movie industry is a step ahead initiative in promoting the country’s film business.
  
HD Plus Creations provides services ranging from advertising, media consultancy, graphic designing, video production to photography.

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