Some people are surprised that I run my business from London, rather than Nigeria, but my clients and contacts are spread across the world, and I keep up with people via email and social media, so it’s easy to stay in the loop.
Set goals, examine your surroundings, take risks - Edwina Kulego
The truth is that women of colour always have to work harder and produce better results. Once you realise what you are up against, you strategize and push forward.
Ini Abimbola is the Founder/Group CEO of the Thistle Group, an emerging group of enterprises, made of up business interests in Management Consulting...
Honour for Iyalode Alaba Lawson
A media parley in honour of Iyalode Alaba Lawson on her upcoming investiture as the 19th President of the Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture...
I am an unrepentant advocate for social change and impact – Lilian Imoni
Lilian is one of Nigeria’s fine minds when it concerns ideas and strategy in today’s business, a trained project management and brands analyst with a penchant for all things...
Toyin Saraki: There needs to be a change on what spaces a woman cannot occupy
The Federal Government should put in place gender-positive policies which can empower women. Policies and legislation which will make fairer and more equal societies such as equal pay, childcare allowances for working mothers...
Shade Okoya: I have re-positioned Eleganza
She is responsible for the day-to-day management of the company, which started operation in 2012 situated on over 35 hectares expanse of land along the Lekki Epe Expressway.
I’m inspired by the fearless, visionary women – Chika Ilang
I was rather the love child, who got almost all her little request to the best she knew, so there was really nothing pushing me to focus better as a child.
Dakore Akande: Nollywood royalty
With the aura of a movie star, there is still something about Dakore’s boundless confidence, grace and her refusal to be caught in the everyday trappings of celebrity lifestyle...
I started advocacy when I got pregnant as a teenager – Blessing Timidi Digha
Blessing Timidi Digha is the Executive Director and also works as the Community Mobilization and Advocacy Officer at African Girl Child Development and Support Initiative, a non-governmental...
Esther Ijewere: Success is helping someone who can never pay you back
Esther Ijewere-Kalejaiye is an enterprising social activist, youth advocate, Columnist, author, mother of two and the Executive Director of Rubies Ink Initiative- a social enterprise outfit devoted to youth advocacy, public relations and social enterprise solutions among others.