Wigan graduate’s bold bid to create media studio

A Wigan woman is hoping to raise £70,000 to open a new local media studio focusing on film and TV production.

Jessie Enebeli wants to open it in Bolton, where she hopes her media company JESSNASA Productions will grow into a global business.

She says the studio will produce “films, TV shows and documentaries that will enlighten and entertain a mass audience”.

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The money raised will go towards three years’ rent at a central location near Bolton Interchange, with the rest helping to buy necessary equipment, undertake paid promotions and pay staff.

Jessie graduated in Media and Film Studies in Bristol before moving back to Wigan.

She feels that her education has provided her with the advanced production skills and knowledge she needs.

“There is a lot happening in the world right now such as Brexit, horrible storms and deadly viruses – and a lot of misinformation going about these subjects are viral,” Jessie writes on her fund-raising page.

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“This is motivating me to act and ask the general public for donations so I can use my business to correct a lot of the misleading information that is being taught to the younger generation.

“I also intend on using profits generated from my business to help third world countries with health care, food supplies and access to learning.”

Jessie promises that those who invest in JESSNASA Productions will receive back three times what they have donated once the business makes a profit. If someone donates over £10,000 they will also own one per cent of the company.

Anyone who wishes to donate the full £70,000 will receive back their investment money when a profit is turned as well as 10 per cent of JESSNASA Productions, she said.

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Donations towards funding the studio can be made at www.gofundme.com/f/media-production-studios.

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