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The Strip

The Strip

An exploration into the lifestyle and business of an individual or corporate brand with the aim of appreciating the connection between lifestyle and business, and the impact of different lifestyles on businesses. The house-style of this show is to approach these big topics in a most soulful and insightful manner.

2020-07-06 11:23:00.0

I Was Born To Be A Female Mechanic - Kehinde Adejoya

Female Automobile Mechanic Kehinde Adekoya, is a Bachelor's degree holder in Mechanical Engineering from Olabisi Onabanjo University.  Kenny as she prefers to be called is also the lead engineer at FAMTS auto mechanic repair shop.

2020-07-03 13:45:08.0

I Have Been Inspired To Do More By The Things That Made Me Fail - Morenike Molehin

On this episode of Strip, Morenike Molehin takes us through her business journey. She is the Founder and Creative Director of Oak and Teak – arguably the fastest growing full service interior design and furniture making company in Africa. Over a period of four short years, Morenike has succeeded in positioning Oak and Teak as a leading interior design company with expertise in servicing residential and corporate clients. Her entry strategy into the interior design business was through the provision of interior design services to clients who desired to furnish and set up baby nurseries. In this relatively uncontested sub-segment of the market, she carved a niche for her company and built a stellar reputation for exceeding customer expectations by going above the line of duty. Consequently, with several satisfied customers in the bag, Morenike gradually diversified the Oak and Teak service offerings, first by incorporating services for residential spaces and subsequently services for commercial spaces. Through her focused leadership and low cost business strategies, Morenike has strategically and profitably grown the Oak and Teak brand to become an exemplary startup company in Nigeria. While the company is based in Lagos, it has served clients across multiple states in Nigeria as well as international projects in Dubia. Her corporate clients cut across industries such as financial service, hospitality, non-profits, schools, and recently a five-star hotel. A competitive advantage which she tactfully created for her company is its ability to deliver cutting edge designs that satisfy the aesthetic and functionality requirements of clients at competitive prices. This has made Oak and Teak a household name in the interior design industry in Nigeria.



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