Smaller towns are hungry for entertainment.— Osman Osman
We’ve worked with almost every comedian in South Africa.— Osman Osman
If it wasn’t for my wife; I’d be doing some crazy, crazy things!— Osman Osman
Blu Blood is a leading live-event management company.
It offers bespoke packages to its clients which includes the likes of the Nedbank Golf Challenge, Telkom Corporate, Chats Cellular, Sun International, Peermont and Tsogo Sun to name a few.
Osman runs Blu Blood with his wife Shaaista.
For more detail; listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
I used to nag Riaad Moosa.— Osman Osman
Riaad didn’t realise he could expand into smaller communities.— Osman Osman
We have worked with Trevor Noah on one or two occasions.— Osman Osman
Comedy has become the new rock and roll.— Osman Osman
We do about six to eight Bollywood shows per year.— Osman Osman
There are about 80 000 affluent Indian people in Nairobi.— Osman Osman
You’re paying the artists in dollars. When the Finance Minister gets changed; it affects you.— Osman Osman
We’re targeting the kids’ market aggressively.— Osman Osman
We’re bringing the Smurfs to South Africa!— Osman Osman
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