Category: Entrepreneur Of The Week

Modupe Nnedebum: CEO of Harven23 Ventures

Modupe who is the CEO of Harven23 Ventures is a graduate of Insurance from Lagos State Polytechnic Ikorodu (LASPOTECH). She also holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Business Management majoring in...

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Posted on: 28th Jun 2017

Modupe Muyide: De Classique Fashion

Modupe Muyide is CEO of De Classique Fashion. She is also a graduate of Nutrition and Dietetics from Obafemi Awolowo University. After her graduation and while actively seeking paid employment, she...

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Posted on: 13th Mar 2017

Raufu Ayowunmi Aishat: CEO and creative director of Aeesha Shoes

Raufu Ayowunmi Aishat is a young, focused female shoemaker and a graduate of Public Administration. During her long holidays while in school, she decided to acquire shoe-making skills as advised by...

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Posted on: 20th Feb 2017

ENTREPRENEUR OF THE WEEK: Clement Mudiaga Enajemo

Clement Mudiaga Enajemo started building his business (MUDI) by costuming Jumobi Mofe –Damijo nee Adegbesan when she was the anchor of Lunch Break on AIT.

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Posted on: 13th Feb 2017

The Thy Consulting Limited: Ismail Abdulazeez

Chief Executive, The Thy Consulting Limited, Ismail Abdulazeez, is one farmer whose life has greatly improved thanks to discovering the hidden fortunes in grass cutter and snail...

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Posted on: 16th Jan 2017

Nkem Okocha: founder of Mamamoni Limited and founder of Design for Love

She started Mamamoni due to the experience she had as a child - she lost her father, and her mother was a full-time housewife, with no livelihood skill and no finance to start a business. Feeding and...

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Posted on: 19th Dec 2016

Olabisi: The carpenter

A young lady simply identified as Olabisi carpenter has done something remarkable. She ventured into carpentry since this recession has affected every sector of the nation. The intriguing thing about...

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Posted on: 13th Dec 2016

Abimbola “Bimms” Ipaye: Managing Director “Traditions by Bimms"

Abimbola “Bimms” Ipaye is the Managing Director of “Traditions by Bimms”. She started 3-4 years ago. She learnt to be on her own right from when she was 14 years old and...

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Posted on: 5th Dec 2016

Jerry Chukwueke – Germain Auto Centre

No less a child of providence, he rose from a very humble take-off as a night guard at Ford Motor Com­pany, US, to an exemplary entrepreneurial game-changer, astute political strategist,...

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Posted on: 29th Nov 2016

Abasiama Idaresit (CEO – Wild Fusion)

Abasiama Idaresit is a Nigeria-born technology entrepreneur and founder and CEO of Wild Fusion one of Africa’s leading digital marketing agencies with offices in Nigeria, Ghana and Kenya.

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Posted on: 22nd Nov 2016

Bruno Oaikhinan: CIO (Chief Inspiration Officer) Bruno’s Place Unisex Salon.

Bruno Oaikhinan: CIO (Chief Inspiration Officer) Bruno’s Place Unisex Salon.

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Posted on: 7th Nov 2016

Udoka Uju: The lady Painter

Udoka Uju is a young lady from Imo State formerly a banker. She is a graduate of the University of Port Harcourt, where she studied Economics. After graduating in 2010, with no clue on what to do,...

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Posted on: 31st Oct 2016

Zainab Ashadu: Zashadu Bags (Nigeria)

Zainab Ashadu started her business just three years ago when she returned to Nigeria after lining in London for 12 years (ladies and gentlemen, see it can be done!). She is the founder and creative...

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Posted on: 24th Oct 2016

Simeon Ononobi: SimplePay (Nigeria)

Simeon Ononobi noticed that it costs merchants in Nigeria almost $3000 to be able to accept online payments from debit cards. At that time, PayPal, the world’s biggest payment platform was...

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Posted on: 18th Oct 2016

Tunde Felix Ogunde: QSR Consult (Nigeria)

Tunde Felix Ogunde ran operations for Burger King in the UK for several years before he decided to return to Nigeria to start his own business. He founded QSR Consult, a consultancy that helps...

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Posted on: 10th Oct 2016

Adenike Ogunlesi: Ruff n “Tumble (Nigeria)

Adenike Ogunlesi started making children’s clothing when her kids ran out of pajamas. And then she started making clothes for the children of her friends and relatives. That’s how Ruff n...

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Posted on: 26th Sep 2016

Kunmi Otitoju: Hermès (Nigeria)

  Kunmi Otitoju, a 30 year-old Nigerian fashion designer and entrepreneur, holds two Computer Science degrees- A Bachelor of Science degree with first-class honors from Howard University and a...

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Posted on: 5th Sep 2016



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Posted on: 29th Aug 2016


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