The woman was created as an incubator – to bring thing together, to make things that are in a confused state organized, To bring to life visions and thoughts of man. The woman is unique in every aspect.
Temitope Oriola: Metrowoman Entrepreneur Of The Week
I don’t dwell on ideas I don’t intend to actualize. I have found out it can cause a stall in growth. Since the inception of Behealthyng, I have tried to stay focused.
I was inspired to start using tyres to make bespoke furniture last year - Olabanke Banjo
Today, Olabanke has set up a creative outfit, Cyrus45 Factory, which focuses on not only recycling but also producing bespoke and ultra-modern furniture and products for the art savvy Nigerian.
‘I have learned about branding as a strategy in pig farming’
Mrs. Udeme Mfon-Okon is a pig farmer who recently emerged as the winner of the Diamond Bank Building Entrepreneur Today (BET) Award, the bank’s initiative to ensure that entrepreneurs in the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises...
Metrowoman entrepreneur of the week: Stephanie Obi
Stephanie Obi, the CEO of ST HUB LIMITED, is popularly referred to as the Queen of Online Courses, because she helps women entrepreneurs to create, launch and sell online courses.
I grew up in a community where it’s very imporatant to know how to cook - Gina Ehikodi, media personality & foodpreneur
I started corporate job in January 2006 barely 2 months after my University final Exams, prior to that time, I had always gotten involved in one form of business or the other because I always believed in earning.
Metrowoman entrepreneur of the week
Olawunmi Olashore is the Director of Heirs and Regents, a growing real estate company and the founder of Shoré, a food and beverage company that is focused on providing nutritious and great tasting natural food and beverages without the use of refined sugars and harmful preservatives
‘As a female entrepreneur, it is important to surround yourself with the right company’
Kene Rapu is the founder and owner of the footwear brand, Kene Rapu in Lagos. Trained as a Lawyer, she left the law to follow her passion, describing it as something she ‘stumbled into’.
I started my business to inspire others, says handbag designer, Sharon Agwunobi
I first connected with the founder of Aura by Alaye Sharon Agwunobi at the AWP Network business pitch event at Afe Babalola University in Ekiti State, Nigeria.