In this episode of No Borders, we sit down with experienced talent manager Bolu Bello. She and Torrin talk about her backstory into falling into the job role that she now loves, how her experience studying law in University has added to her arsenal of skills too. As well as this, they explored some interesting issues with the creative community and how individuals can start to thrive in the industry.

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