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"the prelude to investing is that you have a solid source of income" - Subomi Plumptre

Sep 20, 2019 02:30 PM
"the prelude to investing is that you have a solid source of income" - Subomi Plumptre Africa Business Radio, Subomi Plumptre, Africa Business News, Godsbaby, Financial Literacy, Leke Alder, Branding, Brand Development


Subomi joins us in the studio on Breakfast connect, she chats to Godsbaby to discuss on the understanding of what being financially literate means for working professionals. According to Subomi, the prelude to investing is that you have a solid source of income, making money becomes very very important.

Subomi Plumptre heads the Corporate Practice of Alder Consulting, Nigeria’s leading creative intelligence firm. At Alder, she consults on idea development, business strategy, social media strategy, and brand development. She is a Hootsuite Certified Professional.


With an academic background in analytical reasoning, scientific investigation and practical research, Subomi has been a team lead for Alder on a number of diverse Government and Corporate projects including the Educational Sector Transformation Plan of the Federal Ministry of Education, the Reform Programme of the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Restructuring of the Ministry of Solid Minerals Development.


She was a strategy team lead for branding programs for the British Council, First Bank, and Guaranty Trust Bank.


Subomi has a wide range of interests. She is an avid investor and was named one of 20 African Women to Watch in Blockchain by Cryptocoinsnews. She is a Director at Volition Capital, a firm with significant blockchain investments. In recognition of her writings on investing, she was appointed a retail wealth representative for Stanbic IBTC and Meristem Securities.

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