Join us on Thursday, October 19, as we sit down for breakfast with Ndidi Nwuneli, the Co-founder of LEAP Africa and AACE Foods. She will be sharing the story of her journey into the world of entrepreneurship and the focus of our discussion will be 'Patience'. For this month's Breakfast Club, we'll be stepping out of CapitalSquare, and enjoying the amazing atmosphere (and food) at the Sao Cafe in Lekki.
About Breakfast Club
Breakfast Club is a breakfast lecture and networking series, where we bring together a small group of entrepreneurs over tea, coffee, and an array of breakfast foods, to network with and learn from the stories of seasoned business people who've walked the path of entrepreneurship before us.
Our Breakfast Club meetings are small and intimate: groups of 12 or fewer people, where we can freely ask questions and have conversations, and everyone can leave as a better person and a better businessperson. The programme includes a short talk, a Q & A session, and conversations over breakfast.
The entry fee is N5,000 only, to cover breakfast and refreshments. Keep reading to find out how to register.
How To Register
Click the "Add to Waitlist" link below. Enter your name, email, and phone number, and pay here by clicking this Link. Once we've received proof of your payment, we'll send you a link to claim your ticket!
About Our Guest
Ndidi Nwuneli is co-founder and director of Nigeria's AACE Food Processing & Distribution, an indigenous agroprocessing company, and a director at Sahel Capital Partners. She has 18 years of experience in international development and has supported a range of clients in Ghana, Liberia, Mali, Nigeria, Rwanda, and Senegal.
She served as the pioneer executive director of the FATE Foundation, a leading entrepreneurship development organization. She established LEAP Africa and NIA in 2002 and 2003 respectively. LEAP is a leading leadership development organization that has worked in 26 states across Nigeria providing leadership training and coaching to over 50,000 entrepreneurs, youth, teachers, and the public sector.
Nwuneli holds an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and an undergraduate degree with honors in multinational and strategic management from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. She was recognized as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum and received the national honor of being named a Member of the Federal Republic by the Nigerian government. In 2011 she was listed as one of the 20 Youngest Power African Women by Forbes. She serves on numerous international boards, including USAID's Advisory Committee on Voluntary Foreign Aid and the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council on New Models of Leadership.
SOME USEFUL INFORMATION:
- Sponsorship/Partnership: If you'd like to partner with us for future editions of Breakfast Club, please send an email to email@example.com.
- Driving Directions: If you're driving from Victoria Island/tollgate, turn left at the 1st roundabout into Admiralty Way, then take the 2nd right turn into Prince Adelowo Adedeji Street. Sao Cafe is on the left, opposite Niyi Okunbi Street.
- Parking: There's parking at the building, and you can park along the street as well.