Rise of female entrepreneurs in Nigeria: The Uber example
According to a World-Bank report, the rate of female entrepreneurship in Africa is higher than any other region in the world.
Bisila Bokoko: Why women should support each other
Bisila Bokoko is an entrepreneur, a speaker, and philanthropist. Amongst other things, she has a goal to reach out to as many rural areas in Africa as possible and build libraries...
“Nigerians are not well informed on storytelling as a way of selling their brand” – Esohe Igbinoba
I share similar stories, challenges, pains and scars with other women in business trying to make a difference and live a life of true meaning.I am a Woman Of Rubies because I care about helping other people be better and I support women in business.
Kemi DaSilva-Ibru: Giving help, hope to abused women
As the founder of WARIF, what does your work entail? Women at Risk International Foundation (WARIF) is a non-profit organization founded in 2016 in response to the high incidence...
Tope Odigie hits Lagos with Self Love tomorrow
Tope Mark-Odigie is an emerging voice for Women and teenagers, passionate about changing Africa with focus on its teeming youth population and their major influence (women).
‘My happiest moment is when i see somebody’s life is better’
We connect them to a general hospital where once someone is detected to have the cancer, they will be treated immediately. We also make sure we follow them through with the treatment.
Viola Ogbunude: You are only as good as your staff
Being an entrepreneur has been an amazing and rewarding journey. I love challenges and I couldn’t have it any other way than doing/running a business.
Nigerian women are revolutionising enterpreneurship in Africa – Just Omomo Ibe
My number one inspiration is President Barack Obama, I love the way he commands the stage when he speaks, he further explains the importance of just allowing your talents pave way for you.