In a bid to highlight and tackle the investment gaps and increase ways t0 expose women of color in Nigeria and the UK to digital money and wealth creation opportunities, increasing the number of women actively thriving in the global investment market, join Olori Boye-Ajayi and other industry thought leaders and well-versed brilliant minds – Olayinka Anthony, Sanmi Adegoke, Tomie Balogun and Tobi Arayomi – on 8th August (Nigerian audience) and 15th August 2021 (Diasporan audience) at 6:30 PM in a discussion about investment opportunities for women and financial literacy.
The importance of inclusion will, through this project, be emphasized while also showing how trade & investment go hand in hand, with the Borderless Trade Network of OBA Inc. being the trade hub and Project WINHER, the investment hub.
Olori Boye-Ajayi is an International Trade Consultant, and staunch advocate for the development and empowerment of female entrepreneurs. 3 words best describe Olori’s mission – “Africa Trade Reform”. Olori’s devotion to excellence through the growth of the African economic ecosystem and advocacy for women entrepreneurs has been repeatedly recognized. She was recently appointed to run Project “WINHer”, a gender-inclusion investment program on behalf of the office of the Commissioner of Trade and Investment of Vanuatu to Nigeria and South Africa. Following her successful projects to increase the participation of Women in intra-African Trade, she was appointed an Afreximbank MANSA Ambassador to drive the inclusion of African SMEs in the global trade scene.
She is the winner of The Entrepreneur Africa Awards for the ‘Outstanding Female Entrepreneur of the Year 2020’. In the same year, she was recognized as ‘Leader and Mentor’ for her role in the successful leadership and mentoring programs in Lagos state public schools for girls by the US Consulate General Public Affairs office, Lagos Nigeria.
She currently serves as the President of The Borderless Trade Network, with offices in Lagos, Accra, Monrovia, and most recently the United Kingdom. With an esteemed community of over 800 women in business across several sectors, BTN has become an official partner for the prestigious White House initiative – Academy for Women Entrepreneurs (AWE).
Olayinka Anthony is the CEO of CoWorthy Capital, an Investment and Wealth Management Organization that help people create, manage and preserve wealth. CoWorthy Capital specializes in matching people at different levels of their financial journeys with good viable investments.
As a Wealth Manager and Financial Educator, Olayinka strongly believes that financial education should be included in the school curriculum as there is a big gap in mainstream education and financial literacy.
Tobi Arayomi is a speaker, author, financial investor, renowned wealth spinner, and CEO of The Qplus, the total marketplace for home-based entrepreneurship.
Tomie Balogun is a leading expert in investment with excellent competence in helping young working professionals build wealth. By breaking down complex financial terms into easy and relatable terms, Tomie has helped many build investment portfolios seamlessly.
Tomie is the current CEO of Twelve, a Fin-Tech company that provides a platform for online communities of millennial investors in Africa to discuss investment opportunities openly with friends, find new connections, and make investment decisions all in one place.
Sanmi Adegoke is the Founder/CEO of Rehoboth Property International, a leading real estate development and investment firm that provides in-depth and comprehensive advice on all aspects of leasing, sales, asset management, development, and investments.
Sanmi’s professional and relentless approach to finding deals, his dedication to meet client’s needs, knowledge of the market, and expert negotiation skills have won him loyalty and trust amongst his clients and colleagues in the industry.
This project is proudly supported by the Office of the Honorable Commissioner of Trade and Investment to Vanuatu to Nigeria and South Africa; sponsored by Cersei Partners and OBA Inc.