Nairobi is a beautiful city filled with talented creative people keeping the city’s beat alive. Chano8 was honoured to be invited by the region’s top digital content studio What’s Good Network (WGN) to their 3rd year anniversary that took place at Tree House in Westlands – Nairbi, Kenya on December 8th.
Not even missing luggage could keep us away from sharing in the same experience WGN has shared with their clients on all our platforms. The event was a celebration for all, from the security to the short and sweet interviews on the red carpet done by the same popular faces from their vast programming. Not to mention that our hosts had bestowed upon us an open bar and a variety of tasty assortments.
The night was kicked off by a heart-warming birthday video messages from colleagues, partners, friends and well-wishers. This was followed by partners such as Drum magazine, Couture Magazine, True Love, Bongo 5, Naije and Chano8 Magazine (Uganda) who all emphasized the need for growth and anticipation in what 2017 has to offer.
When the founders and directors of WGN Tilo Ponder, Cris Blyth and Jeremiah Nyaga took to the stage, they were excited to share their journey and dreams for the future. This is what Co-Founder Tilo Ponder had to say about the Network
“Kenya is the gateway to Africa so it was a natural step to expand into the region to move into the continent. You gotta’ make it here first and it’s our first priority there is a lot of cross cultural relationships ongoing in Africa and it’s a way of living that we are accustomed to. We have
exciting new brand partners and dynamic talent whom have already made our expansion in the region seamless for us! We can’t wait to share with you all.”
The WGN team also spoke and took pride in their amazing work which was highly applauded by the guests too. After the cake was cut, it was party time again.
The entertainment was headlined by the amazing #NuNairobi movement group Cosmic Homies who kept everyone on their feet and singing along. The party didn’t stop till the wee hours of the morning.
How it went down in pictures