Olori Boye-Ajayi features in today’s Guardian Woman.
She speaks about The Fix-It Conference and how it would show us how what we do fits into the agenda for Africa’s development.
A fashion export consultant, public speaker and personal transformation coach, Olori Boye-Ajayi is the Co-founder of The Ark Coaching Company, which aims at making ‘made-in-Africa’ renowned by connecting local designers to the global market. She is also the founder of the ROC Girls Club and the Unplugged Network, which hosts the Secret Garden Retreats for Women. She also hosts the Be More with Olori podcast and the Olori Ajayi YouTube Channel, where she engages her audience about discovering, exploring and growing in faith, business, career and relationships. She’s currently pioneering West Africa’s first Industrial Garment Manufacturing Park, as well as the first Fashion Truck in the sub-region, Fashion On Wheels.
In this interview with TOBI AWODIPE, she talks about her upcoming Pan-African Virtual Fix-It conference and how Africa’s fashion can penetrate global retail chains.
Read more on her incredible story in today’s Guardian Woman HERE.
Styling: ( @RhodaEbun )
Cover: Olori Boye-Ajayi (@Oloriboye)
Woman On the Job: Tobi Awodipe
Media: Guardian Woman