The Morin O. brand has overtime become a household name in the Nigerian leather accessories industry. Speaking with the company’s founder in this exclusive interview, I got to find out about the vision behind this brand, the passion that drives the team, and the impacts of this brand on the society.
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Princess Adeyinka Tekenah is the founder of Happy Coffee Nigeria. A brand that offers an array of coffees, teas and chocolate drinks in customized mixes and flavors, Nigerian style. Using Nigerian grown coffee, the Happy Coffee mobile cafe is set to reshape the ideologies, misconceptions and opportunities linked with coffee drinking.
Throughout my journey with Bellafricana, I have been able to meet with and learn about amazing creatives, who have a thing for transforming the most normal and insignificant things and making them look absolutely beautiful. One of such creatives is Aderonke Jaiyeola. Founder of Mimiremi Textiles.
Successfully transitioning from the comfort of paid employment to become a full time entrepreneur and going to Business School are the two ventures that made Ogochukwu believe in herself. Ogochukwu Nwachukwu, also known as OG, runs a healthy life style business called Bounties Honey
Jadesola Rawa is a beautiful, hardworking and tenacious woman. She is the founder of ready-to-wear Afrocentric fashion brand, Melia by Jade.
Mr Bayo Ademiluyi is a lawyer by profession and Head of Design at Ty-Tys. A company that produces hand-made distinctive neckwear (i.e. ties, bowties), pocket squares, laptop bags, ladies’ tote bags, wall hangings and scarves using traditional African fabrics, predominantly aso-oke.
Did you miss the second edition of the ACE Awards?
Here’s a recap of the major happenings.
This year’s African Creative Exhibition and Award, powered by Bellafricana was a huge success, thanks to the support from family, friends, sponsors, strategic partners, exhibitors, and the Bellafricana team.
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