The Founder Of Red Africa Stresses The Importance Of Supporting Women & Youth In Business | Forb
Senior Editor, Kristin Stoller and Adebola Williams discuss women entrepreneurs in Africa, how investing in youth is the future, and how ideas are worth the investment.
Adebola Williams founded Nigerian Television Authority and Red Africa. Both are influential media companies that uplift youth, women, and community. Williams has a vast background in Marketing & Communications, Political Activism, and Motivational Speaking. He has been awarded the Mandela Washington Fellow, Archbishop Desmond Tutu Fellowship in South Africa, and 100 Most Influential People of African Descent under the United Nations International Decade for People of African Descent.
0:00 Introducing Adebola Williams
0:15 Why Adebola Sought Out Entrepreneurship
2:22 How Did Adebola Started The Red Africa Brand
5:10 Abedobal On The State Of Women In Entrepreneurship in Africa
7:30 How Can We Make Sure More Women Thrive On This Continent?
8:14 Women Should Be Funded More
8:37 Women Are Excellent Managers of Business Affairs
9:10 Adebola Is Looking For Ideas
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