business

Human Rights Lawyer, Adeola Oyinlade Making International Impact.

Episode 35: The guest featured in this Episode is a human rights and international law expert and United Nations Peace Ambassador. He is the Principal Partner of Adeola Oyinlade & Co; a fully serviced law firm based in Lagos and founder of Constitutional Rights Awareness and Liberty Initiative (CRALI); an organization with renowned commitment dated…

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Starting and Managing a Kumon Franchise with Sola Arowolo.

Episode 33: The guest featured in this episode is Sola Arowolo, an entrepreneur, owner of a Kumon Franchise and an Instructor. Kumon is a structured, proven self-learning Math and reading program which gives children critical thinking skills. The session entails Sola sharing the following, –          Her origin and educational background – …

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Managing Businesses on Two Continents and Investing in Community- Wole Omogunsoye.

Episode 32: The guest featured in this episode is Dr. Adewole Omogunsoye, Entrepreneur, Author, and Real Estate Broker managing businesses in the US and in Africa. He shares how he started his entrepreneurial journey from childhood, inspired by his grandparents. He also discussed his immigration process and his educational path leading up to graduation. Adewole…

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Starting a Profitable Organic Skin and Hair Care Business during COVID-19 Pandemic with Ope Ojo.

Episode 29: Opeyemi Ojo is the CEO of Orire Organics, a skin and hair care business focused on providing healthy, and organic products. She is currently an Epidemiology&Population Health Informatics Ph.D. Candidate. Ope Ojo, in this episode, shares the following,1. Her humble beginning including educational background2. How her healthy lifestyle choices led to a business…

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Balancing the Art and Business of Writing: Adeola Fadumiye’s Story.

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How Viola Llewellyn Co-founded an Award-Winning Fintech Company Focused on Financial Inclusion and Growth in Africa and Beyond.

In this 20th Episode of BAM Podcast,  the guest interviewed is Viola Llewellyn,  the co-founder and President of Ovamba Solutions, Inc.  Ovamba Solutions Inc. is  an award winning African “TradeTech” company that creates culturally attuned technologies for Financial Institutions. Ms. Llewellyn was listed in the “Digital Undivided Report” as one of only 34* Black women in…

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Aisha Addo, One of the Top 100 Women to Watch in Canada Tells All About Her Entrepreneurial Journey

This 18th Episode of BAM Podcast is about Social Entrepreneur, Aisha Addo. She is the founder of Power to Girls, a Non-profit organization that focuses on empowering girls with focus on mentorship. Aisha has recently developed a ride sharing service, Drive Her app which is tailored to women to promote safety and empowerment.  Aisha is…

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How Sandra Kemayou Built a Profitable Six-Figure Coaching Brand

This Episode on BAM Podcast is about Business Coach and Online Marketing Strategist, Sandra Kemayou. She has a master’s degree in Psychology and worked a few years in the mental health field before transitioning to become a Business Analyst. With an entrepreneurial mindset right from childhood, Sandra has ventured into several businesses over the years…

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Healthrepreneur Series Finale: How Dr. Una, CEO of Award Winning Pediatric Practice Helps Physicians Build and Sustain Profitable Businesses.

In this Final Episode of the Healthrepreneur Series, Dr. Nneka Unachukwu , Pediatrician and CEO of award winning practice, Ivy Leaque Pediatrics in Lawrenceville, Georgia shares her entrepreneurial journey. Dr. Una went from being a great clinician with no idea how to run a business to a serial entrepreneur. Armed with her depth of experience…

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9. 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…

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