BLOG PAGE

  • olu bunmi
    Solving Global Crises Requires Young Global Citizens | Deadline for Applications: 28 July Are you a person under 30 committed to improving the global community?Applications for the AFS prize for global citizens 2020 are now open. Pandemic. Climate crisis. The need for young global citizens has never been greater. They are driving the changes urgently required to address and solve our shared challenges. The AFS Prize for Young Global Citizens will recognize one young person
  • olu bunmi
    . P.S You can stream from your phone too if you have a universal Android HDMI cable.
  • Lauretta Malaka
    Why are you choosing to rest on your laurels when there is so much you and your business could become if only you’d push for more?It took you so much sweat and tenacity to bring your business this far, a little extra wouldn’t hurt. This book, a result of 5 years of research understudying 28 companies, provides timeless, universal answers to the question, “Can a good company become a great company and, if so, how?”In
  • olu bunmi
    Since inception in 2017, we’ve had 23 trainings on digital and business skills, about half of which was physical in Ibadan and Lagos Nigeria. Last week, we launched our online community for women, #slhcommunity. Members of the community will enjoy several perks available now, and I’m the future. These perks include 1. Access to free digital and business skills classes 2. Access to live webinars 3. Priority selection for free seminars 4. Discount on paid
  • olu bunmi
    The largest growth program for women in Africa *#Womenpreneur Pitch-a-ton Africa 2020* is back and it is #Bigger and #Better!😁 Do you know a female entrepreneur who will find this very beneficial? Would ₦5,000,000 make a difference for her business? Let’s make her unstoppable!😎 Join the Womenpreneur Pitch-a-ton Africa 2020 and stand a chance to win a grant of *₦5,000,000* and earn a mini MBA for entrepreneurs in partnership with the International Finance Corporation (IFC)!
  • olu bunmi
    In times of uncertainty, we are faced with two choices; Wait and follow or step up and lead. This new moment demands a cohort of determined individuals with the moral imagination to rethink institutions and take on inequality and injustice. Acumen Fellows are such individuals—locally rooted yet globally connected builders bent on reimagining self and systems. If you’re ready to step up and lead then apply to become an Acumen Fellow. WHO IS ELIGIBLE? If
  • Adetoun Faloye
    Dear She-human, how much attention are you paying to your mood, feelings, emotions, beliefs ,perceptions and behavior?Do you know that your mental and emotional well being are linked with other aspects of your well being such as financial, social, physical, occupational and environmental?Your mental well-being determines how much of your ability you realise, how you cope with challenges, difficulties and the adversities that life presents, it also influences your productivity as a business or a
  • olu bunmi
    As an organisation committed to gender parity and the development of women and girls, Union Bank has flagged the αlpher initiative to support the growth of women and female-owned business. The αlpher initiative was created to enable women to be the best versions of themselves. Its aim is to help women on their respective journeys whether your aim is to start or expand your business, meet new people, build new partnerships or develop capacity for
  • olu bunmi
  • Lauretta Malaka
    Have you ever underestimated the act of selling? I used to think it simply involved approaching someone and telling them about your product, they buy (or maybe not) and you move on to the next buyer. This book totally changed my mindset as I realized selling was deeper than I gave it credit. I heard about “The Psychology of selling” while listening to Dupe Akinsuin (Head, Leadership and Capabilities Center of Expertise, Coca Cola Hellenic
  • olu bunmi
    Forbes8 announces Nigeria’s First Resilience Digital Startup Accelerator program. The free virtual accelerator will welcome 100 top companies from Nigeria. Founders selected for the program will undergo 4 intensive weeks of digital training to help build and scale their companies for the future. Applications are now open and close on May 26th. Apply Now Forbes Magazine is an iconic brand that has graced our business culture for over a century (since 1917). Forbes recently launched
  • olu bunmi
    Good pictures can greatly boost post engagement on social media, blogs , websites and other digital platforms. Today, I share a list of some of the apps that I use to fine tune pictures (especially for my food business Fitcafé by MF8 on my phone before posting online. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Have you joined our community of digitally savvy business women? We share digital skills tips, business tips, motivation, funding and other opportunities.
  • olu bunmi
    What will a cash prize of $300 or $200 do for your wealth-building idea? If you have an idea, concept or plan of how to make money during COVID-19, we want to hear it! With the support of Women Will, we will be giving away $300 and $200 to two Motherland Moguls, to support their ideas, and help them get started. After the pitch session, we will also be sharing an E-book filled with industry
  • Chiebuka Joy Nwosu
    Today, I called to cancel my birthday photo shoot. It was a difficult decision to make because I had spent the last 361 days planning it! What’s a girl to do when she has to choose between having great pictures and being financially ‘responsible?’ It’s no news that our lives and plans have been forever changed by the Corona virus pandemic. From less working hours to pay cuts and massive layoffs, our finances have taken
  • olu bunmi
    Applications for 2020 #AfricasBusinessHeroes Competition are live and it’s open to participants from all African countries. Stand the chance to: Win a share of $1.5 million Gain admission into the Alibaba eFounders fellowship Access mentorship & training Tell your story to Africa & the world APPLY NOW
  • olu bunmi
    I know, I know, there’s no lockdown in Nigeria yet. But I think that is the way to go if we really want to curtail this global pandemic. Lock down all borders – land, sea, air, and public places for two weeks by the end of which those currently asymptomatic will have begun to show symptoms. Okay, I digress. I’m not an epidemiologist so let me face what I really know. I want to tell
  • olu bunmi
    It’s not news that the world has been in a frenzy over the Covid19 virus pandemic, its also not news that 90% of those that get infected recover! What’s important is to observe all hygiene protocols, avoid large gatherings, stay at home and rest if you feel sick, report to NCDC if it doesn’t improve in 2 days. Now this post is not entirely about Covid19, its also about how you can ensure continuity for
  • olu bunmi
    “I am Generation Equality: Realizing Women’s Rights” Let’s all advocate for equal access to growth opportunities, equal pay for the same work done, equal recognition for achievements made! Happy international women’s day from She Learns Here. P. S Olubunmi Fajuyigbe will be part of a panel discussion on this year’s theme at the Mother-daughter conference today, taking place at Mauve 21, Ring road, Ibadan, by 2pm. Attendance is free.
  • olu bunmi
    We had pur first quarter business and digital skills workshop on Saturday, March 22 at Fit cafe by MF8, Oluyole estate, Ibadan. The women in attendance were very attentive and responsive and learnt amongst other things: When, why and how to start advertising on Instagram (paid and unpaid) How to design an Instagram marketing funnel for your business, How to read and interpret your post and ad insights. All these will be packaged soon into
  • olu bunmi
    Calling Startup African Entrpreneurs: Apply for the 2020 Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Programme Applications for the 6th cohort of the Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Programme is now open. This is a call to all young African entrepreneurs across the continent to apply for the Programme. About the Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Programme The Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF)—Africa’s leading philanthropy focused on empowering African entrepreneurs—is looking for the most innovative business ideas across the African continent
  • olu bunmi
    Let’s begin the month with this #fundingopportunity from @friendsofprof to celebrate the birthday of our VP @profosinbajo. Stand a chance to win a one off #smallbusinessgrant of N1m for your #Nigerianbusiness if you are 18-35 years old. All you need to do is write how N1m will improve your business in not more than 1 page and send in an email to friendsofprof@gmail.com by 11:59pm (WAT) tomorrow, 3rd of March, 2020. All the best!
  • olu bunmi
    We had a nice time at today’s @tonyelumelufoundation application training facilitated by Olubunmi Fajuyigbe, a 2016 alumnus and the initiator of@shelearnshere. It ended up being a networking session where business and personal alliances were fostered. Want to meet people and learn about online marketing for your business? Join us at out next #bdsw business and digital skills training next week Saturday, 22/02/2020 as we learn how to make sales using Instagram ads. To register, for
  • olu bunmi
    Join us for our first quarter paid training on the topic: Making sales using Instagram ads. You will learn 1. When you should start boosting your posts on Instagram 2. Why and How to set your AD performance indicators 3. Creating your AD funnel 4.Determining your calls to action 5. Stories or feed? 6. Setting your AD properties (destination, target, budget and period) 7. Checking your AD insights Refreshments will be served Date: 22/02/2020 Venue:
  • olu bunmi
    Here’s what we have planned for women in business in Ibadan this quarter. Get ready! ⠀⠀ For more information or to donate towards any of them, please send a an email to hello@shelearnshere.com. more details coming soon!
  • olu bunmi
    Here are 3 tips that can help your business get visible and noticed online for improved inquiries and sales. View this post on Instagram Oldie, but definitely a goodie! • • • • • • 3 online visibility tips in 60 seconds by @olubunmisays⠀ ⠀ 1. Be most active on the platforms where your clients are most active. Don't choose a platform because it's popular.⠀ ⠀ 2. Build a website and/or start a blog for
  • olu bunmi
    We’ve all made the mistake of jumping on hashtags that are trending or on hashtags of popular celebrities or influencers as the case may be. While this may make people notice you, the people noticing you are not looking for you. They are looking for gist about that trend or person and you will actually be disturbing them. The better way to use hashtags is to think of what somebody looking for someone like you
  • olu bunmi
    Calling women entrepreneurs! Are you an exporter of organic products? Don’t miss this opportunity!BIOFACH 2020 will take place from 12 – 15 February 2020 in Nuremberg, Germany. This event is considered a leading international trade fair for natural and organic food and products. At previous editions, nearly 2800 companies from 76 countries showcased their products at the trade fair, to over 51,500 experts in the industry. ITC will support women entrepreneurs by covering the following costs:·         Entry fee·       
  • olu bunmi
    Have you always wanted to put a link in your Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube… bio but couldn’t because you don’t have a website? Was there ever a time you needed to send your WhatsApp number directly to a client so that you can chat but you didn’t know how to do it? Well, here’s how: type https:// Your country code Your phone number without the first zero You can now go ahead and use this
  • olu bunmi
    Deadline: December 17, 2019. The African Women Entrepreneurship Cooperative (AWEC) is a 12-month, high-touch leadership and management capacity building program. AWEC empowers women from across Africa and the diaspora with the knowledge and network needed to build resilient and scalable businesses. We use applied and collaborative learning models, enabling immediate business impact and cultivating a pan-African cooperative of entrepreneurs, experts, and allies. Our mission and impact are aligned with the UN’s SDGs focused on gender
  • olu bunmi
    Are you a rising female entrepreneur based in Nigeria, Kenya or South Africa using tech to solve a local development challenge?  The International Tech Hub Network is today launching Africa-UK: Female Tech Founders 2020. The programme will bring 15 of the continent’s most ambitious development-focused women entrepreneurs to the UK in January. If you’re based in Nigeria, Kenya or South Africa, you could gain access to world-class mentoring, 1:1 time with UK investors and expert training to

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *