How I started Ubahec Enterprises – Ubani Henry Chinonso
Real estate guru and founder of Ubahec Enterprises, Ubani Henry Chinonso, has opened up on what triggered him to float his thriving Nigerian-based real estate firm. The business entrepreneur has also described social media as the new money businesspersons need to leverage on to make the most of their businesses.
The property magnate, who doubles as the CEO of Ubahec Global Services and Homes Limited, stated this in a parley with journalists at the weekend in Lagos.
According to the top shot of Ubahec Enterprises, “Social media is the new money and has a big influence on information. It keeps us updated on trending developments in the world and also helps us to show the world what we can do. It exposes our talents and gifts for the world to see. In my estimation, it holds about 70 per cent impact in our successful journey thus far.”
Explaining his companies’ services, the Ubahec Enterprises boss said: “We are property developers, estate and land agents. Generally, we deal in real estate of every description. We purchase, acquire, sell, lease, let and do everything in the industry’s value chain.
Continuing, Chinonso added: “We provide advisory services in Nigeria and overseas on matters relating to infrastructure and related allied activities of infrastructural sector.”
According to Chinonso, motivating the youths to make the best of their lives is a drive that keeps him focused all the time.
“My experience is creative and industrious to motivate the youths and get them involved to invest in real estate. This will guarantee them wealth in the future,” added the driving force behind Ubahec Enterprises.
Located in Lagos, southwest Nigeria, the broad-based future of Ubahec Enterprises is to undertake project development and promotion of infrastructure-related project for enhancing industrialization.
“We empower the youths to know that real estate business is simply to get the future secured as it is a big empowerment and job opportunity to both the educated and non- educated alike,” added Chinonso.