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Africa is a Force to Reckon With - Tofunmi Akinseye on African Perspective

Aug 08, 2019 04:16 PM
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Tofunmi Akinseye serves as the Ceo and Publisher of Savvy Magazine Africa, in addition to the overall editorial direction for Savvy, this role is responsible for maintaining the tonal and aesthetic consistency of the Savvy brand across all platforms. The 27 year old entrepreneur has the desire to shape new sets of mentally independent and self-confident leaders by creating a link between young minds, their potential and audience. Her unwavering belief is that every individual has a potential to be manifested if well invested in, fuelled her thirst do more, for the budding generation.

As the editor in Chief, Tofunmi has been able to attract clientele extending across the telecommunication company and banking industry; some of Savvy’s partners includes MTNNG, Zenith Bank, UBA Bank, Gtbank, Durex NG, Afrione and other small businesses. She successful leads a team of 5 whom together push and bring the vision into fruition; in strategizing about what Savvy needs.

On this feature, Tofunmi shares her perspective of the current state of Africa as well as the future she sees.

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