• Meet Kasope Ladipo-Ajai: The Entrepreneur repackaging locally produced Nigerian food

    Meet Kasope Ladipo-Ajai: The Entrepreneur repackaging locally produced Nigerian food1

    Kasope Ladipo-Ajai ventured into entrepreneurship because she had the urge to do something more meaningful than the traditional 9-to-5 job. In 2012, she started OmoAlata, a Nigerian food service and packaging company focused on producing hygienically processed and packaged local Nigerian soups, spices, and peppers. A computer science graduate from Babcock University, Kasope loves cooking,

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  • Ngozi Opara: Redefining the African Natural Hair Movement

    Ngozi Opara: Redefining the African Natural Hair Movement0

    After graduating from North Carolina A&T State University with a degree in Finance and Accounting, Ngozi stayed in her professional field and went to work as a financial analyst. During this period, she kept a studio, where she attended to clients after work each day. In 2012, having saved enough from her finance job, she

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  • Louisa Kinosha: M.A.D with a touch of beauty

    Louisa Kinosha: M.A.D with a touch of beauty0

    With the ambition to build the Sephora for Africa, Louisa Kinoshi is making a difference (m.a.d) in the make-up and beauty world, not just by being an entrepreneur, but by creating spaces for other entrepreneurs to showcase their products and services. She started BeautyRevNG, a web and mobile based community that helps young African women

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  • Meet Tomi ‘Imoteda’ Aladekomo: The stylist chef mixing cooking with fashion

    Meet Tomi ‘Imoteda’ Aladekomo: The stylist chef mixing cooking with fashion0

    Meet Chef Imoteda, the founder of Heels in the Kitchen, a cooking show with a fashion and style edge that gives you an interactive experience on how to plan and create amazing meals. As a creative mind, Imoteda brings a unique understanding of being a working mother in Lagos who, after a long day of

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  • 9 top young Nigerian entrepreneurs in advocacy0

    IFEOMA ADIBE-CHUKWUKA Ifeoma Adibe’s AYECI Africa is a non-profit organization on a mission to improve the prospects and living conditions of the underserved female population in Africa, through a variety of interventions that expand access to education and employment opportunities. AYECI Africa has worked with various implementing partners and sponsors like Microsoft, Pearson to deliver

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  • She Leads Africa Back With 2015 Entrepreneur Showcase, $15,000  Prize For Winners

    She Leads Africa Back With 2015 Entrepreneur Showcase, $15,000 Prize For Winners0

    She Leads Africa has announced the launch of its second annual Entrepreneur Showcase for the most talented female entrepreneurs across Africa and the diaspora. Participants in the competition will compete for $15,000 in cash prizes, media features in international news outlets, and exclusive meetings with top investors. The Entrepreneur Showcase is the flagship program of

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