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Meet Olatorera Oniru, The Nigerian Woman Who is Building the Fashion Amazon of Africa

Meet Olatorera Oniru, The Nigerian Woman Who is Building the Fashion Amazon of Africa


Meet Olatorera Oniru, the founder of which retails fashion products from all around the world while also promoting made in Africa goods. Olatorera was recently interviewed by Forbes’ Mfonobong Nsehe. She talks about her rich career in business, entrepreneurial journey and vision for

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“Olatorera Oniru is one of Nigeria’s most assiduous and ambitious young entrepreneurs. The 29 year-old lady is the founder of, a Lagos-based e-commerce startup that retails fashion products sourced from across the globe. strongly promotes made in Africa goods with the goal of retailing only the best 20% African designers. Olatorera continues to travel across Africa and beyond in search of unique treasures and creative manufacturers to retail on and will be visiting China, United Arab Emirates, South Africa, Morocco, Ethiopia and Tanzania within the next coming months. She enjoys going into the most rural of areas – learning, mingling and discovering unique treasures and natural resources that can be converted into luxury fashion apparel, shoes, jewelry and accessories. ships worldwide and currently has customers in different states across Nigeria, Uganda and the United States of America. The company now employs more than 20 full-time employees and will officially launch with a sales and exhibition event in Lagos, Nigeria on May 22nd, 2016. With years of experience from top companies including Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Ericsson, Central Bank of Nigeria and General Electric, Olatorera Oniru is successfully building into a fashion e-commerce powerhouse and currently has funding offers from notable investors including Nigerian investor Tony Elumelu.

I recently had a chat with Olatorera to learn more about her entrepreneurial journey and what she is doing to ensure grows into one of Africa’s most successful online retailers.”

To read the full interview, visit Forbes.

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