Blessing Kenneth, the visionary force behind BK Unique Hair, is a true […]
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Excellence Joshua is an impact entrepreneur, gender inclusion in tech expert, coach, and digital skills advocate who has dedicated over four (4) years of her life to empowering girls and women in Africa with relevant digital skills and helping them secure jobs. Joshua’s mission is to provide more African women and girls with technical skills to break the cycle of poverty, care for their families, and strengthen their communities.
Sito Health is a TNN Africa company that combines cutting-edge AI technology with nutrition expertise to provide comprehensive and personalized nutrition support for individuals with chronic illnesses.
Their AI-powered platform analyzes vast amounts of health data, including individual health profiles, medical records, and real-time tracking data, to deliver tailored nutrition plans, meal recommendations, and intelligent insights. Her Network had a chat with them to learn more about the company. Read and be inspired!
Weil’s Miss Sa platform encourages talented young women to face their inherent strength and embrace their future. Her Network was able to speak with her and learn more about her work. Read and Be Inspired.
Munachi’s storytelling prowess captivates hearts and minds. Munachi, who just turned 16 this July, has launched Nigeria’s first online book clubhouse www.mmbonu.com and a campaign to revive the reading culture in Nigeria among readers and people of all ages.
Tobi Otokiti is the founder of ProductDive, the largest and friendliest product management community in Africa, with over 14,000 members. Her product school has educated over 1500 product management professionals through workshops, meet-ups, webinars, career-building content, and career fairs.
Oyetola Akande, the co-founder of Samis Online African Food is our cover queen for the month of June.
According to the World Bank, women-led businesses account for approximately 40% of all businesses in Sub-Saharan Africa, with women in the region being twice as likely as men to start a business. Despite this, women-led businesses in the region often face significant challenges, including limited access to finance, markets, and networks. In the Caribbean, women-led businesses account for approximately 30% of all businesses, but face similar challenges in terms of accessing financing and markets.
Lovelyn Nneka Nwarueze and her daughter Lovelyn Bassey set out in 2019 […]