Olatorera Oniru is one of Africa’s notable women entrepreneurs currently acknowledged as a rising star with ambitions to witness and fast track the continent’s catch up with the rest of the world’s developed nations. She has taken a strong passion for fashion and the retail industry and has scaled up Dressmeoutlet.com rapidly, a company she founded only 6 months ago.
As Dressmeoutlet.com continues to witness massive growth, Olatorera Oniru continues to push for stronger development and growth in Nigeria and other African economies. She is an avid growth enthusiast and development speaker, passionate about all things Africa. Olatorera is one of the inspiring women speaking on the 6th of July 2016 at the Women in Business Seminar in South Africa.
“The Women in Business Seminar will be a game changer for many of us. Africa right now, more than ever before, needs the strongest of women coming together to collaborate on growth opportunities for the continent while brainstorming to mitigate on related issues that have plagued each country,” says Olatorera Oniru. “I look forward to meeting with some of South Africa’s best leading women, established and emerging creative manufacturers, the media and retail experts at the Women in Business Seminar and at other times during my one week visit to South Africa.”
Dressmeoutlet.com is an e-commerce company that is keen on growing the African fashion industry by retailing uniquely made-in-Africa fashion, beauty and health products. The company retails quality African products at affordable prices with fast lightning delivery to anywhere in the globe, increasing global visibility and appreciation for African fashion and creativity. Dressmeoutlet.com’s products and services are positioned to unlock the citizenship and entrepreneurial potential of millions of young Africans through harnessing the potential of e-commerce and other initiatives.
About Olatorera Oniru:
Before establishing Dressmeoutlet.com, Olatorera flourished her career working for two Fortune Top 5 companies namely Bank of America Merrill Lynch and General Electric. She also worked for one of the world’s largest telecommunications companies, Lars Magnus Ericsson, as a global consultant and later as Head of Sales Governance. Through her solid work experiences, Olatorera began thinking about how to make an impact in her country and Africa and this led to Dressmeoutlet.com’s entry into the market a few months ago.
Dressmeoutlet.com has since grown and has been featured on Forbes as one of the fastest growing retailers in Africa. Olatorera Oniru was recently listed in ‘Forbes list of 30 Most Promising Young Entrepreneurs in Africa’. As CEO of Dressmeoutlet.com, she is currently leading initiatives to realize a pinnacle in Africa’s history whereby we would rely less on importation and innovate more with natural resources and citizenry capabilities.
Her viral quote “Push your dreams; don’t let anything stop you from doing anything great for the world” has motivated millions of people.
About the Women in Business Seminar:
The Women in Business Seminar 2016 will tackle Female Business Leadership on the continent and will provide a networking and learning platform designed for female leaders, managers and entrepreneurs who want to advance their career or grow their business by taking charge of their own professional and personal development.
Held at Emoyeni Estate, Parktown Johannesburg, 15 Jubilee Rd Johannesburg, South Africa. The Seminar takes place on Wednesday, July 6 2016. Tickets cost R2000.
To register email email@example.com. For questions regarding the conference, contact Karabo Keepile at +27 10 593 0595, or firstname.lastname@example.org