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Inspiring Entrepreneurial Journeys of Nigerian Women

In the fast-paced world of Nigerian business, two exceptional women are making waves. Meet Oluwadamilola Akintoke and Oluwadunsin Bolaji, redefining the travel and fashion landscapes with their passion and innovation. Their stories resonate with resilience, creativity, and unyielding determination, highlighting the powerful impact of African women in business.

Discover the transformative journeys of these inspiring entrepreneurs as they leave an indelible mark not only in Nigeria but also on the global stage.

The Genesis of DayTrit: A Mission to Redefine Travel

Oluwadamilola Akintoke’s journey into entrepreneurship was spurred by her passion for creating unique travel experiences. DayTrit, her brainchild, represents a breakthrough in the travel industry, fostering connections among travel enthusiasts and agencies alike.

Inception of DunsinCraft: Crafting a Fusion of Tradition and Modernity

Oluwadunsin Bolaji’s entrepreneurial journey began with a vision to infuse African cultural elements into contemporary fashion. DunsinCraft, her brainchild, represents the culmination of her passion for originality and creativity, offering customers a distinctively Afrocentric experience.

Lessons from the High Growth Coaching Program

From adapting to market shifts to fostering effective communication, Oluwadamilola’s experience in the High Growth Coaching Program equipped her with the vital skills necessary to thrive in the ever-changing entrepreneurial landscape.

Oluwadunsin’s participation in the High Growth Coaching Program provided her with valuable networking opportunities and an enhanced understanding of sustainable practices. Her dedication to networking and personal growth remains a cornerstone of her successful entrepreneurial pursuit.


Embracing Entrepreneurial Empowerment: Empowering Africa’s Businesswomen

In their remarkable entrepreneurial journeys, Oluwadamilola Akintoke and Oluwadunsin Bolaji have epitomized the transformative power of determination, innovation, and resilience. Their commitment to driving change in their respective industries serves as an inspiration to aspiring entrepreneurs, particularly African women. Through their participation in impactful coaching programs and their unwavering dedication, they continue to redefine the narrative for women in business across the African continent.

Their stories remind us of the immense possibilities within the realm of entrepreneurship, showcasing the potential for innovative ideas and creative solutions to shape a brighter future for Africa and beyond.


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Oluwadamilola Akintoke, Co-founder/CEO of DayTrit

Damilola Akintoke, a seasoned entrepreneur and the Co-founder/CEO of DayTrit, boasts an extensive decade-long journey in the entrepreneurship realm, with her focus now firmly set in the dynamic tech industry. Her early exposure to challenging roles in project management and development has honed her skills, fostering a robust and multifaceted understanding of the intricacies within the field.

A passionate advocate for continuous learning, Damilola’s penchant for reading and her willingness to embrace the lessons derived from her experiences have been instrumental in her professional growth. Embracing the thrills of overcoming challenges and learning from her mistakes, she continues to pave the way for innovation and advancement within the tech sector.

Instagram: Dahmie Tinuade Akintoke (@msdahmie) • Instagram photos and videos

Oluwadunsin Bolaji, Founder of DunsinCraft Collection LTD

Bolaji Oluwadunsin is the visionary force behind DunsinCraft Collection LTD, a thriving sustainable Afrocentric Accessory brand renowned for its exquisite line of bags and accessories intricately crafted with African fabrics. From chic handbags to sophisticated laptop bags and personalized souvenirs, she seamlessly blends novelty with luxury, creating an enduring impression on her diverse clientele. Notably, her company has pioneered a groundbreaking feature, rendering all Afrocentric products “waterproof” and “dirt-resistant,” significantly extending their lifespan.

With a growing international footprint, Bolaji’s products have made their way to markets across Canada, Ireland, Philadelphia, California, as well as Dallas and Houston, Texas. Bolaji’s entrepreneurial spirit extends beyond her business, as she also heads the esteemed DunsinCrafts ACADEMY, empowering over 2,000 youths to attain financial independence. Her leadership role as the Public Relations Officer of the Academy for Women Entrepreneurs Alumnae Association (AWEAA), a US Consulate program, reflects her commitment to fostering a vibrant ecosystem for aspiring entrepreneurs. Bolaji has also left her mark in renowned entrepreneurial programs such as The Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) Program, The Next Titan entrepreneurship reality TV show, and Fashionomics Africa, an esteemed initiative of AFDP.

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