Why I’m interested in women development, social welfare — Aisha Secrets CEO
Beauty expert, Aisha Tolu Idris, and the brain behind the popular Aisha Secrets in Africa, said she has successfully run the company since 2017, with its primary focus on women development and social welfare.
Aisha, the Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University graduate, who is popular for her herbal products, said she runs out of supplies sometimes, due to increasing demands from her clients.
Aisha’s said her passion for excellence, innovation and hard-work, had earned her considerable experience in herbal production and top notch recommendations to bigger brands in Nigeria.
She said she had devoted her time in solving some health challenges in people and service inefficiency in Nigeria prompted her to establish her outfit in Nigeria.
According to her, she is looking forward to having physical branches across the 36 states in Nigeria, so it can assist her get to know more of her clients. “People pay for our products, some place orders and we deliver to them, but we are considering expansion, due to the influx of traffic on sales we receive on a daily basis,” Aisha said.
She said her company offers its customers the ability to satisfy their needs with one phone call. “Subsequently, we increase their ability to channel more efforts on core business, while we handle their health or beauty needs, she said.
“Over the years of our operations, Aisha Idris said they have gained significant wealth of experience in traditional medicine.
“We have exhibited a superb level of entrepreneurial ingenuity and integrity uncommon with his peers in the health sector. Although we experience challenges in competitions, we have worked assiduously to remain a top brand as Aisha.
“We are not relenting in our quest to meet our demands to our clients, and Aisha Secrets will continue to stand out. I have made a name for myself. That is why people keep wondering who is the brain behind Aisha Secrets, but as much as our clients look forward to meeting me, I also look forward to meeting them someday,” Aisha said.
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