How the Founder of Omolewa Cosmetics and Fruit Art USA, Irene Dele-Adejumo Started her Make Up Brand with $2500 and how investing in herself as a Chef has led to being featured on National Television.

How the Founder of Omolewa Cosmetics and Fruit Art USA, Irene Dele-Adejumo Started her Make Up Brand with $2500 and how investing in herself as a Chef has led to being featured on National Television.

This is Episode 9 of the BAM Podcast, the guest featured is Irene Dele-Adejumo, Founder of Omolewa Cosmetics and Chef/founder of Fruit Art USA.
Irene discusses;
How her love for putting make-up on herself and others led to her to discover the need for darker shades of makeup for women with dark skin tones.
How she started her makeup company with $2500
How she launched and promoted her businesses in Africa initially and her experience
How and why she decided to focus more on doing her makeup business in the US
How she developed her Fruit Art Business and got to be featured on Food Network and other TVchannels
What has helped her remain focused and consistent in business over the years.
She wrapped up the session by sharing advise on how to achieve success in business.

Irene’s businesses and Social Media
www.Omolewamakeup.com
www.fruitartusa.com
Instagram:
@omolewa_cosmetics
@I_am_omolewa

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About the Author
Funke Oladele is the founder of Beyond Africa Magazine. An Entrepreneur, Writer, Coach, and Mentor focused on promoting self-development for success attainment.

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