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#LLAInterview – “Entrepreneurship is not for the fainthearted. It is HARDWORK.” Bunmi George, CEO Shredder Gang

After struggling with living a healthy lifestyle for many years, Bunmi George used her weight loss success story to create a movement with the Shredder Gang brand. Not only does she inspire women to live and eat healthy, she also creates innovative fitness accessories to help people stay in shape. In our interview with her, […]

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From Investment Banker to Food entrepreneur, this is Uzo Orimalade’s story

  Uzo Orimalade worked in the financial and marketing industry in the US for a number of years before moving back to Nigeria. In Nigeria, Uzo continued with her career by working in the Management and Investment banking industry before she made the switch to entrepreneurship.  One would have thought that Uzo would start her own finance […]

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Amara Agbim is setting major standards for nannies with The Nanny Academy

Amara Agbim is definitely a super woman. She has had a nanny for 11 years but that’s not why we think she’s super. She noticed that her nanny wasn’t so confident about her job and had little self esteem and she decided to do something about. In her own words, ‘I just wanted nannies to be […]

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Joyce uses basketball to motivate young athletes all over the world

In a time where everyone is struggling to go abroad and seek greener pastures, Joyce decided that although she was born in the USA, she will identify boldly with her culture and country. The 28 year old professional basketball player accepted the invitation of the Nigerian Female Basketball team, D’Tigress, and proudly represented the country […]

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Christine Khasinah-Odero explored an unknown path in business and made a success of it

  When Christine Khasinah-Odero started Supermamas in 2010, she may not have gotten so  much applause because she took a somewhat unusual direction in entrepreneurship. Today, her event and marketing company has grown so much that it hosts over 200 mothers at an individual event with sponsorship from multinationals like Procter and Gamble, Microsoft, Johnson&Johnson etc.  How […]

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#LLAInterview – “Uniqueness is my selling point. My clients want unique and custom designs only.” Ola Morin Muhammed, CEO IJORERE

Tired of going round the motions in her 9-5 job, Ola Morin Muhammed decided to take the leap into entrepreneurship when she discovered there was a demand for the invitation cards she designed. That decision led to the birth of IJORERE which has become known worldwide for bespoke wedding invitations. In our interview with her, […]

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This is Tumi Frazier, the international speaker who refused to quit despite all odds

Tumi Frazier’s passion for people development didn’t come suddenly. The international speaker, author and entrepreneur had always loved solving people’s problems and giving advice to those who needed it. In high school, Tumi was always consulted by other students who needed advice and when she was presented with a difficult situation that she couldn’t give […]

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