In this interview, Nigerian photographer Kunmi Owopetu shares his photography journey and future goals to intertwine art and pop culture. He also talks learning how to market himself and why you might have to work for free as a creative sometimes.
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As a blogger AND baker, Bella knows quite a bit about entrepreneurship. She shares her main challenge and future plans in this lovely interview. Enjoy!
These ten podcasts shed an insane amount of light on the behind the scenes of many businesses, how to maintain a degree of sanity while you hustle and how to stay inspired and creative as you run your business or creative venture. From Alex Elle to Sara Tasker and Sophia Amoruso, enjoy!
Joy Ehonwa is a writer and editor in Nigeria. In this 21 Questions interview, we discuss freelance writing and editing in Nigeria, why every editor must also be a great sales person and how to charge what you’re worth.
Joy’s story is refreshing and inspiring. Enjoy!
Otegha Uwagba’s ‘Little Black Book’ is a comprehensive guide for the working woman! From productivity tips to negotiating a pay rise with your employer and self care, this toolkit is about to step up your career!
I’m giving away a copy of this book! Read to find out more!
Adeyemi “Panda” Fatona is an elite fitness professional. He gives some insight in this interview into what the hardest thing is about it and why you need more than passion to run a business.
Demisola is the head photographer at Avril Photography. She also runs TWO online retail stores and is currently a house officer and the University College Hospital Ibadan.
She talks in this interview about photography in Nigeria, marketing and pricing your services and why regardless of how saturated the industry is, you’ll always find a client who wants YOU.