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Women urged to live their best lives, as SLAY 2019 ends


Last weekend, over 3000 creatives, entrepreneurs and guests attended SLAY Festival 2019, the largest learning and networking experience for young professionals in Lagos, Nigeria.

With access to over 80 speakers, masterclasses and group coaching sessions, meet and greet with influencers such as Jemima Osunde and Dimma Umeh, a marketplace with nearly 30 vendors and even a bouncy castle, guests were busy all day long, learning and being entertained.

Women Will, a Grow with Google program was a lead partner and held exciting sessions such as Thriving In The Nigerian Workplace, Building A Brand 10, Making Tech Work For You, What It Takes To Be Successful on YouTube and a special Leadership Chat on Leading At The Highest Levels with Onyeche Tifase, the MD/CEO of Siemens Nigeria.


Official beauty partner, Maybelline NY, treated guests to complimentary goodie bags, a full glam station and a special masterclass hosted by celebrity makeup artist, Anita Adetoye.

Healthcare technology startup, 54gene, provided more than 500 guests with allergy, sexual health, and wellness testing along with hosting a session on the importance of early diagnosis and treatment for cancer.

Keynote Speaker, Bose Ogulu, fondly known as “Mama Burna”, closed out the day with a special meet and greet photo session and exciting discussion on living your best life.

SLAY Festival 2019 featured unique and interactive experiences that cut across business, career, technology, arts, beauty, fashion, food, wellness, community, and music.

She Leads Africa is a global media brand that helps young women achieve their professional dreams by providing expert advice and opportunities for networking, reaching over 650,000 women across 35 countries and five continents.


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