Olufemi Omotayo

Voices of African Women Entrepreneurs: Farmer Means Business

Agropreneur, Cynthia Mosunmola Umoru meets with the AWP Network to discuss what it is like to be a farmer in Nigeria. My business,¬†Farmshoppe was born out of the need to provide fresh food produce to customers. During my university days, I had the privilege of going shopping for women who were busy executives and could …

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African Girls in Technology: WITIN Forum Uncovers New Innovations

by Olufemi Omotayo (Director – AWP Network)   Nigerian girls are techies too! Women in Technology in Nigeria (WITIN) provides networking, entrepreneurship, and professional development opportunities for women and girls. WITIN educates, inspires and equips women and girls to pursue and keep careers in STEM while embracing the emerging tech market as inventors and innovators. …

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