The objective of The Luxury Network Nigeria is to boost the profile and perception of the Nigerian luxury industry on the global stage.
First female owned, staffed swim school gets funding boost
Nigeria’s first female owned and staffed swimming school, designed to safely train and equip Nigerian women and children in the sport of swimming, has secured funding to build a first of its kind Aquatic Center in Lagos. This would be used to build the first of its kind aquatic center with a state-of-the-art standard pool,…
‘Passion alone is not sufficient to build company’
Bukola Ogunwale, usually called Coach B, is a multi – dimensional clarity coach, founder of Business Coach Zone. She is a Certified John Maxwell Leadership Coach, an Entrepreneur with multiple successful businesses,.....
'Women should see their careers as channel to serve and make impact'
My journey as a communications expert began from a colleague’s suggestion to explore where my writing gift could take me. At the time, I didn’t even recognise it as a talent...
Edo First Lady, Betsy, Bagudu, Okei-Odumakin seek collaboration, new strategies to end violence against women
The Edo First Lady, Mrs. Betsy Obaseki, her Kebbi State counterpart, Dr. Zainab Shinkafi Bagudu and human rights activist and founder of Women Arise, Dr. Joe Okei-Odumakin, have called for joint action by relevant stakeholders...
‘Women of colour now need to ensure they are visible’
Bukola Adisa is the founder and CEO of Career Master Class, a platform dedicated to enabling the progression of Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) professionals in the workplace.
Over 2,500 vendors apply for AWP network vendor programme
Founder, African Women Power (AWP) Network, Mary Olushoga launched the AWP Network Vendor Initiative in collaboration with ShopRite Nigeria on July 15, 2020. Over 2,500 vendors applied to the programme.
WimBiz calls for improved participation of women in politics
Women in Management, Business, and Public Service (WIMBIZ) recently held its yearly Women in Politics (WIMPol) webinar themed The Nigerian Constitution and Elections: A Right To Win’’, with over 300 participants in attendance.
WiiN donates food, essential PPE to support WARIF’s vulnerable women
Women Inspiring Impact Network (WiiN), a not for profit organisation focused on enabling growing women leaders discover their best selves, focus on opportunities and achieve indelible impact and success