The African Women Power (AWP) Network (, announced today that it will develop and stage a series of FREE business education webinars developed exclusively for African women and youths who want to be entrepreneurs. AWP touted for its unique ability to turn dreams into reality, carries out its mission via a blog that provides inspirational entrepreneurial stories of African women and youths, and promotes the “I can do” mentality.

On Saturday, July 21, 2012, from 1pm to 2pm (West African Time), or 8am – 9am (EST)

AWP will kick off its first business education webinar with Nokia West Africa Account Manager, Kola Osinowo.

The webinar entitled ‘Learn how your Mobile Phone can turn you into the next BIG entrepreneur’ will teach entrepreneurs how mobile technology can help them move their business ideas forward.

Do you have a cellphone but have not yet figured out how it can enhance your business idea? Well, this webinar is for YOU.

During the webinar, participants will learn how mobile technology can move business ideas forward and how African youths can utilize mobile technology in their entrepreneurial journey. Kolawole Osinowo will also discuss opportunities, social development, innovations, and share lessons learned at Silicon Valley.

Get your computer and your phones ready. You do NOT want to miss the opportunity to learn how your mobile phone can help you become the next big entrepreneur.


and enter webinar ID number: 143-040-835

Kola Osinowo

Kola Osinowo

About Kolawole Osinowo:  Kolawole Osinowo is an IT Professional with over eight (8) years of experience in Software Engineering, Web Development, Mobile Technology, Service Management, Digital Marketing, Retail Sales, Strategic Account , Management Consultancy and Training. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Computer Engineering.  He is currently in a senior account management role at Nokia and is responsible for co-creating disruptive initiatives with the Biggest Mobile Operator in Africa.  Kola has been recognized by JCI with the International Training Fellow award. He is a Certified World Bank Institute Social Innovator and was recently selected as a Crans Montana New Leader. In 2008 and 2010 he was nominated as “Professional of the Year” at the Future Nigeria Awards.