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Friday, March 2 • 10:30am - 11:30am
How Mothers (& Every Woman) Can Leverage Community To Disrupt Any Industry FULL

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How Mothers (& Every Woman) Can Leverage The Power Of Community To Disrupt Any Industry is a speakeasy session highlighting ways in which women -especially mothers can actively participate in the business of innovation. Panelist will discuss the challenges of the 21st century business woman and how to succeed in spite of it all...especially in fast paced digital industries.


We will discuss tools, tips and resources available for women to thrive as innovators. This session will detail how a community can help mothers (and all women) succeed using case studies from across Africa. Attendees will learn how to find a supportive community of women innovators or how to start a community of their own.

Speakers
avatar for Sonia Irabor

Sonia Irabor

Editor, GENEVIEVE MAGAZINE
Sonia Irabor is the Editor of Nigeria's foremost lifestyle monthly, Genevieve Magazine. A role she formally began in July, 2017. Sonia has worked in various capacities at the magazine for 15 years, starting off as a teen columnist, becoming Assistant Editor, UK Correspondent and... Read More →
avatar for Buki Osunkeye

Buki Osunkeye

Head, Strategy & Digital Media, ALGORITHM MEDIA
A successful strategist and innovative thinker with demonstrated effectiveness in running marketing campaigns for Top 100 brands at budgets of over $1million. With more than 14 years experience in advertising, media & communications, Buki is skilled in PPC, SEO, BTL activations... Read More →
avatar for Yetty Williams

Yetty Williams

Founder & CEO, LAGOSMUMS
Yetty WIlliams is the founder of LagosMums, a resource for mothers, parents and caregivers on raising children in the 21st Century. LagosMums is the first Nigerian parenting website dedicated to offering a one- stop destination for parents in Lagos, Nigeria and the diaspora.Lagos... Read More →


Friday March 2, 2018 10:30am - 11:30am
Floor 2