Every year since 2013, Forbes Africa has released a list of most promising entrepreneurs.
For the 2017 edition, these Africans have been described as being not just content waiting around for a proper career bump up the establishment ladder. Rather, their ambitions are much more profound and they are setting out to write their own destinies – establishing remarkable enterprises that will transform Africa and reignite its economies.
In no particular order, here are the five Nigerians who made the list:
1. Aigbe Omoregie
Founder, Intercontinental Paints
The 34-year-old Nigerian entrepreneur is the founder of Intercontinental Paints, a fast-growing paint manufacturing company based in Lagos. He founded the company in 2006 with a little over $100 in savings, and the company has employed more than 50 people since its inception.
2. Nichole Onome Yembra
Managing Partner, GreenHouse Capital
Nichole Onome Yembra, 29, is the Chief Financial, Risk and Investment Officer for Venture Garden Group (VGC) and a Managing Partner at GreenHouse Capital; VGC’s investment arm.
3. Onyekachi Ekezie
Founder, Kaptain Foods
Onyekachi Ekezie, 33, is the founder of Kaptain Foods, a Nigerian food processing company based in Lagos. The company produces a range of pre-cooked and packaged ready to eat tomato stews using locally grown fresh produce and spices.
4. Chude Jideonwo and Adebola Williams
Founders, RED Media Africa
Chude Jideonwo (32) and Adebola Williams (31) are co-founders and Partners of RED — a leading full-service media-content, communication, and development company behind well-known brands like YNaija, Rubbin’ Minds and The Future Awards. The duo built the RED media empire before they turned 30.
Congratulations to these Nigerians! You can check the full list here
Speaking of which, here are the Nigerians who made the Forbes Most Promising List For 2016.
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