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The #socialAfricanshow podcast featuring awesome interviews with amazing entrepreneurs of African origin.

SAP 037 – Cynthia Oikeh; using digital media to facilitate positive body image activism, helping women to embrace who they are

Cynthia Oikeh is also known as CynTea. She’s is a Dutch-Nigerian lifestyle and fitness blogger based in the United Kingdom. CynTea is the face behind the A Cup of CynTea blog where she creates content about, love, life, motivation and fitness with a sprinkle of banter. Personal life “I was born and raised in Holland, …

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SAP 036 – Caroline Moore; top tips on building a media content creation company

Caroline Moore is the CEO of Eureka Productions Ltd. They’re an organisation that specialises in content creation, media buying, public relations and media broadcasting. Caroline has held several events and partnered with other media companies on projects that help individuals discover their purpose in life. And, she is passionate about executing creative ideas that help …

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SAP 035 – Duke Ubong Ata; menswear, lifestyle, fashion and branding advice from the king of the fit

Duke Ubong Ata is a designer and personal stylist. He is the Creative Director of the Duke Ata, a luxury brand that specialises in creating tailored suits, shirts, shoes and accessories. Duke started out as a blogger and stylist. Now, he operates from his showroom in Newcastle and serves clients across the UK. Personal life …

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SAP 034 – Jamelia Donaldson; how to create, grow and scale a haircare business using the subscription business model

Jamelia Donaldson is the founder and CEO of Treasure Tress, a UK based beauty brand that provides a monthly product discovery box for women and young girls with textured hair. Jamelia has been able to draw on her personal experiences and knowledge to provide an impeccable haircare service which equips women with quality products and …

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SAP 033 – Tobi Oludayomi; how to become a serial entrepreneur and grow your influence in the digital space

Tobi Oludayomi is a serial digital entrepreneur and speaker. He is the founder of Digipay, a payroll platform, Copdat, a data analytics solution and Praybetter, a mobile app that helps people pray. In 2012, Tobi also co-founded Studio14, a digital agency based in Birmingham, UK and Lagos, Nigeria. Personal life “I was born in Lagos, …

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SAP 032 – Josh Wilson; from sleeping on a yoga mat to building a world-class TV production company

Josh Wilson is the founder of Wilson Worldwide Productions, a TV production company that focuses on scripted drama as well as factual and branded content. Josh has more than eight years of experience in the broadcasting industry. He is passionate about creating opportunities in the creative industries for people from BAME groups and people from …

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SAP 031 – Charlene Shaw; using creative writing to challenge the lack of positive BAME characters within the literature on the curriculum

Charlene shaw is a London based author, English teacher and freelance writer. As an English teacher, Charlene has seen first hand the lack of BAME characters portrayed in a positive way within the literature on the curriculum. This is what made Charlene create a novel to challenge that stereotype. Her novel, Fall in Line, gives …

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SAP 030 – Tolu Akinyemi; breaking stereotypes and changing perspectives through poetry

Tolu Akinyemi is an award-winning writer, poet and author. He was named as one of the top 100 most Influential Nigerian writers under 40. Tolu’s writing has earned him a loyal following and the award of Poetry Writer of the Year 2017. Personal life “I am Nigerian, born in Ondo state, Nigeria. I live in …

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SAP 029 – Ama Ankobia; how to build a cake business while studying at university

Ama Ankobia is the founder of Ama’s Cake Boutique – a bespoke cake service that provides clients with tailored cakes for all occasions. Ama is also in her final year of studying Pharmacy at University. She is passionate about showcasing her creativity through her cakes. Personal life “My name Ama means I was born on …

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SAP 028 – Anton Richardson and Ola Fagbamila; educating and inspiring others through open conversations about their personal journeys

Anton and Ola are the hosts and founders of Tag Me In Podcast. Anton is also a cybersecurity engineer and a community leader. Ola comes from a finance and investment background. He is a car enthusiast and flips cars as a hobby. Personal life [Anton]: “My dad is from Barbados and my mum is from …

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