Marilyn Akpoebi Oruwari is the Central Head of Content and Chief Operating Officer at Jumia Group and Jumia Nigeria respectively. Joining the company in 2012, she started working in the fashion department, where she showed exemplary leadership and contributed to the team’s growth.
In line with its mission, the AWP Network will train women entrepreneurs in rural areas through the AWP Network Vendor Training Programme.
The Coca-Cola company recently promoted Phoebe Dami-Asolo to the position of Director of Operations, India Franchise.
Being the CEO of Welcome2Africa International, a trade and investment facilitation company with focus on Nigeria’s Agriculture and Maritime sectors, one would have thought that I studied Finance, Agriculture, or an investment-related course.
As part of its commitment to expanding partnerships with the private sector, UN Women Nigeria Country Office hosted a high-level roundtable dialogue with top female CEOs...
A popular author once said that your personal brand follows you wherever you go and sometimes even lingers behind when you leave a room.
Growing up was fun for me. I used to be in a dance group and that has helped me to be confident; I went for shows, appeared in music videos.
Inspired by the desire to see women do more and be more in every facet of their lives, SheCan Nigeria, founded by Ezinne Ezeani is returning for the fourth edition with it yearly woman empowerment conference.
The entrepreneur in me is inbuilt. I remember that when I was in primary three, I started saving in a piggy bank from my school feeding money and cash gifts.
My career into the legal and tech world started pretty auspiciously. As a child, I always had this sense of justice, equality and fairness.
Women have been charged to take ownership of their growth and personal life, as they do not need permission to grow.
It started about 12 years ago in Latin America, Mexico, where I spent most of my time on researching the source of consumed foods as well as studying their chemical compounds.
With effort to continually give back to society through supporting female business leaders in their growing enterprises, Business Women Hub (BWH) held conference to acknowledge and appreciate efforts of female entrepreneurs in Africa.