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The Myths About Gemstones - Bimbo Balogun

Oct 06, 2021 05:28 PM
The Myths About Gemstones - Bimbo Balogun Shepreneur, Africa Business Radio, Bimbo Balogun, Jewelry Designer, NLP, Africa Business News

Bimbo Balogun is a jewelry designer by passion and a certified life coach, Emotional intelligence, and (NLP) Neurolinguistics programming practitioner. She set up Bimbeads concept in 2006 where she specializes in designing gemstones, goldsmithing, and training.

The company’s taste for quality and excellence brought about an exclusive interview with British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).  Bimbo Balogun is also the recipient of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women Scholarship to study Entrepreneurial Management at EDC of PAN Atlantic University, Lagos.

Her excellence in the jewelry industry has earned her various awards, which includes;

WED EXPO, Nigeria Accessory Company of the Year, 2013.

AZARIA 360, Nigeria Accessory Company of the Year, 2014.

Outstanding Fashion Accessory Designer of the Year, 2015.

Most outstanding Fashion Accessory Designer of the Year 2016 by Glam and Essence Magazine.

She studied Petroleum Marketing at the Petroleum Training Institute (PTI), Delta State, And post-graduate in Marketing at Lagos state University. 

She is recognized as the Illuminator in the coaching industry; lighting up lives to unleash potentials and achieve goals.

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