Are you trying to shake up the fashion market? Are you a fashion, beauty or creative entrepreneur ready for investment? Or do you have a start-up but not quite sure how to pitch for investment?
How do you even know if you are investor ready? Join us to learn and bond with like minds, leading entrepreneurs and experts at The Assembly Fashion Pitch Workshop.
This workshop intends to teach entrepreneurs and founders of fashion and beauty startups how to present an effective pitch to investors, the art of story telling and learn the key fundamentals that they need to get and maintain the attention of an investor.
The event willl consist of an interactive workshop session, group activities and industry case study panel session.
Dr Ngozi Nnoli-Edozien
Dr. Ndidi Nnoli-Edozien is the Founder/President of Rising Tide Africa women’s movement initiated with a vision to increase womens particapatation in angel investing, promote education and investor-mentoring across Africa. As an angel investor, she is a part of the Lagos Angels network and vc4a. Her recent involvements have been substantially impact investing, working with Tech start-ups and hubs and facilitating government funds for supporting young entrepreneurs. Consolidating 24 years of professional experience, she serves as a mentor and consultant in strategy and investment management. Dr. Nnoli – Edozien also serves as Faculty of the Lagos Business School, teaching ethics, entrepreneurship and sustainable management.
Fashion Case Study Panelists:
CEO/Founder FASHPA – Honey Ogundeyi
Honey Ogundeyi is the Founder and CEO of Fashpa.com. Fashpa.com is Nigeria’s Leading Online Fashion Retailer. Honey is an internet and brand management expert with over 10 years experience from various industries ranging from management consulting, banking, e-business and telecoms and held positions at Google, Erricson and McKinsey & Company.
CEO/Founder David Wej – David Eweji
David Wej, image consultant and founder of David Wej Clothing International has committed to redefining style and accessible menswear across all genres locally and internationally. This fact has earned the brand appeal in Nigeria, UAE and South Africa. In Nigeria the David Wej brand has gained enormous recognition and patronage in the corporate sector and the Nigerian entertainment industry.