SheHive Abuja

“I’ve received a lot of really good, direct tips especially as regards the use of technology for your business. I particularly liked the Hootsuite tip because it’s like having a tech person without really having one.” – Ezinwanyi Ubani-Ebere

“The sessions have been intimate which I really like. They have also sought to include us as much as possible by using our personal businesses to create practical scenarios.” – Eyak Bob

“The entire experience has been very interesting. It has made me think deeper about my business and some gaps that exist.” – Ify Shokoya

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What is the SheHive all about?

The SheHive is a transformational experience for young women looking to break through, live their purpose and get real results in their businesses and careers.

Over 5 days She Leads Africa provided more than 15 sessions of training and mentorship, expert led classes and resources covering the topics that young professional women need to know in order to succeed.

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See all the great things we accomplished in Accra


  • Business Development


  • Marketing
  • Investor Readiness


  • Media and public speaking
  • Gender equality: The role of men and government
  • Rising up the corporate ladder
  • Negotiation Strategies
  • Building a career in the public sector
  • Style and Beauty Night Out


  • Building a social enterprise
  • A life of Advocacy
  • Marketing on and offline
  • Health & Wellness in your 20s and 30s
  • Women in Agriculture
  • Vision Boarding
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  • Eta

    I love the idea of these sort of forumns but the thing is,similar events,including this, fail to remember the other parts of nigeria. I live very far away from lagos and abuja and as much as i would love to spend cash, travel and lodge (i.e let’s say the case is where i have no one to stay with), i have to be rational. I really feel you must try expanding tho.

    • Hi Eta thanks for the feedback. As you’ll see from the schedule we’re actually going to 7 different cities across Africa and diaspora this year. While we would love to visit every single city and country, that is very challenging to do. If you’d like us to visit your city, then help us grow our community there! We go where our community is so if you help us get more members there then we’ll be able to host an event near you. You can encourage people to sign up here: