“Millennials Could Be the Most Entrepreneurial Generation Ever” American Express reports in 2016. Arese Ugwu is what we call a millipreneur. She is a mom, business owner, author and advocate of financial literacy. Let’s say she’s in the business of good. She wants you to not only think smart but think smartly about your finances.
Business Day Media Limited has launched its new digital millennial magazine focused on profiling the lives of successful entrepreneurs. TheCEO was brought to light at the Remy Martin XO Club and launched with Arese Ugwu as the cover girl.
TheCEO magazine will be sharing stories of African stories successes, entrepreneurs and most especially showcasing the millennial workforce in Nigeria who stir up interesting trends in the continent. The first edition features Arese Ugwu who is the mastermind of Smart Money Africa and author of The Smart Money Woman (Buy Here). She is profiled as the face of financial literacy in Africa.
In a comment to the press, the publisher of Business Day Newspaper, Mr. Frank Aigbogun said “I am pleased with the millennial generation and their knack for good information”. He also believes that the CEO magazine will cross borders to deliver authentic content to its readers.
The event was well-attended by entrepreneurs as you can imagine. This includes: Tara Durotoye (CEO & Founder House of Tara), Osayie Allile (Executive Director of FATE Foundation), Bidemi Zakariyau (Founder of LSF Pr), Toyosi Phillips (Producer and Writer), Keturah King (CNN African Voices Presenter), Mimi Onaloja and many more.
See the photos from the event below:
The event was proudly supported by Remy Martin, GetupInc, TraceTV, YNaija, DJSparrow, TheRealGist, ViewsChannel, Eleanor Goodey Photography, LSF|PR and House of Tara.
TheCEO magazine is now available for free download – http://bit.ly/2kdtr3I
Photo Credit: Anuel Modebe & Potterclay