The Temple Management Company is celebrating another milestone this year; its 3rd birthday!

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The Temple Management Company is celebrating another milestone this year; its 3rd birthday!


The Temple Management Company, which was founded in 2016, is wholly indigenous and has wasted no time in establishing itself as an industry force. After the company entered the talent management market in 2016, it has since launched numerous subsidiaries including Temple Motion Pictures, Temple Music, Temple Sports and Temple Live.

In just 3 years, Temple has revolutionized the sports and entertainment markets in Africa, setting new standards in accountability, performance, industry access, transparency and availability. Since its launch, Temple has grown to become an award-winning brand with an imprint in 6 countries and has quickly established itself as a haven for creative excellence.

The Temple product range has now been installed in every conceivable vertical market across the entertainment spectrum. With clients ranging from Bisola Aiyeola, Jeff Akoh and Mimi Onalaja, the company is now also a leading content developer and is in pre-production for its first big screen movie. This follows production of several TV shows which are set to air within the next year. To this end, the entertainment powerhouse is also set to announce the commissioning of its world class video and music production studios in Lagos.  

In Art, plans are at an advanced stage to open a gallery showcasing Africa’s foremost artists. This is in addition with already established annual properties such as the Fashola Photographic Foundation and Its Not Furniture exhibition. Sports continues to enjoy a wave with many developmental talents now approaching the dawn of their professional careers. Affiliations have been established and currently explored with European and North American sports franchises.  

Idris Olorunnimbe, Group Chief Executive comments, “Temple has “grown up” since its launch 3 years ago; but we remain ambitious and hungry to improve further, increase our market share, geographical reach, and raise the entire sports and entertainment value chain to world class standards.”

Idris continued, “We would not have been able to achieve this milestone without the support of our staff and our clients, many of whom have worked with us right from day one. People are central to all our core principles and even as our relationships have been through challenges and successes over the years; the loyalty and commitment we have shown each other has been fantastic - a thank you does not seem sufficient! As we have evolved our service streams we have resultantly worked with more corporate partners and we hope that we have been able to help them to develop their businesses as well. We are extremely grateful for the support, loyalty and ongoing business given to us. We will continue to work hard to continue earning this in the future.      I must acknowledge our board, led by Mr. Tunde Folawiyo  and the directors Mr. Jibola Abudu, Hamza Idris, Deji Olomojobi and Terfa Tilley-Gyado who have made it possible for us to get here with all their countless sacrifices and unbridled passion to our ideologies.”      

Idris concluded, “Looking ahead, Temple is excited to embrace new ideas, growth and improvement opportunities. The business has come a long way since 2016 and the Templers are excited about what lies around the corner.”

Keep a look out for #TempleThree on social media to keep up to date with the celebrations.

About Temple Management Company

The Temple Management Company Limited (“TMC”) is a full-service creative talent and event management company incorporated in Nigeria and operating in the Entertainment, Sports, Media and Art sectors.
Using a 360 approach to management, the company oversees the day to day business/affairs of creative talents and ensures that they maintain sustainable competitive advantage over the rest. TMC prides itself in its ability to operate on a global scale.
The company’s mission is to continually improve on African content, bridge the gulf between talents and their foreign counterparts, and guarantee that processes are in line with international best practices.


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