Revealed! How Banke Films Boss Worked As A Secretary For A Dry Cleaning Company In Lagos Before Going Into Movie Marketing
Among the female folks shaking Yoruba movie marketing in Arena Oshodi Lagos, Adebanke Sowole is a strong member who other female marketers in the Market look up to as a role model. She is the CEO Banke Films production. The curvaceous woman of substance is one of the successful female marketers rocking Arena Oshodi Lagos where Yoruba movies is sold. The pretty woman joined the industry in 1995 as a sales representative for Alloy Films Production owned by Sesan Abeleje, and after 2 years of experience, she left the company to float hers. Since then, she has been contributing to the development of the industry. Banke Films production has marketed a lot of movies including Awokoku and many more. However, information reaching Yorubamoviegist.com revealed that she was a secretary at a company in Lagos owned by one Mr Akeem who came from America to establish the business then. The business, we learnt was dry cleaning for top companies in Nigeria including Shell, Kings College, Unilever, Conoil and others. As a secret, her job was to cross check and register the cloths collected from their clients. Banke is said to be interested in films marketing and a friend of hers named Bimpe took her to someone in Idumota. Fortunately for her, it was the period that Sesan Abeleje who owns Alloy Productions needed a sales girl and that was how she joined. After 2 years with Alloy Films, she took a leave to establish Banke Films Production which is now a big brand.