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July 11th, 2019

Trade With Africa – Interview with Powerhouse Toyin Umesiri

I would like to welcome you to my new weekly interview series which forms our new Youtube AND Podcast series FASHION AFRICA VOICES.

Looking at THE reasons why you should START A BIZ IN AFRICA in this weeks Fashion Africa Voices interview I speak with Africa business and trade specialist Toyin Umesiri the CEO of Nazaru LLC (www.nazaru.com) and the convener of the Trade with Africa Business Summit (www.twasummit.com).

We discuss the importance of doing business in Africa today, the industry and landscape you are getting in to and tips and tricks you can learn from the African cotton as you start business there.

Now jump in press play to find out what they are.

Do also listen to the rest of the interview over on my new podcast channel:

www.soundcloud.com/africa-fashion-guide
(start from 30minutes in

Want to learn how to get your business in Africa started this month?

Then book a call with me here: www.fashionafricatalks.com

LASTLY make sure to SUBSCRIBE to my channel where I will be sharing weekly insights into how to have success in creating, starting and building a desirable African fashion business from scratch via short insightful trainings and via interviews with designers and experts on their experiences building their businesses on the ground in Africa. Hosted by myself, Jacqueline Shaw Director of Africa Fashion Guide sharing insights into African fashion business.

Maybe you’re a screw it let me do it now kinda person Wanna get started yourself then book a call with me here: https://calendly.com/jacqueline-shaw-your-african-fashion-business-coach

 

And let your decision today reflect your HOPES your business dreams and overall goal and NOT your fears

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Remember these tips are just the “tip” of the iceberg really when it comes to doing business responsibly and sourcing sustainably – to grab more of these goodies do make sure to register on the blog for our newsletter and this is what you can expect to receive.

Every Monday I deliver to your mailbox the Monday Entrepreneur Mindset emails to help you reboot your week,
Every Tuesday on our Facebook page is our Fashion in Five Facebook Live quick sessions
Every Thursday is our Fashion Africa Voices youtube and podcast series happening
Every Friday is our Fashion Business Friday series
Every Sunday I will be sharing with you more tips on sourcing in Africa. 

Do register for these insights.

Need more active help with sourcing better in Africa? Then you can book a call with me at 
www.fashionafricatalks.com to work closely on your sourcing strategy as a means to accelerate your business forward.





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