The Resilient Entrepreneurs – Episode 10

The Resilient Entrepreneurs - Episode 10

Welcome to “The Resilient Entrepreneurs – Episode 10”. In this episode, we will showcase three  more black-owned businesses. If you missed previous episodes, you can read about them before you continue. This series is brought to you by @naijapreneurcanada in collaboration with @AfricaX. So, we would appreciate it if you show us some love by following our Instagram pages and turning up post notifications. This ensures you don’t miss out on our future posts. We present to you “The Resilient Entrepreneurs – Episode 10”.

Which Businesses Are We Showcasing This Week?

Episode 10 is an all women affair as we are showcasing 3 female-owned businesses in our community. These businesses cut across different industries.

The businesses are:

  1. Spoonly,
  2. Zemani Atelier and
  3. Street Food World Inc

1. Business Number 1 – Spoonly

Folake SpoonlyThe brain behind Spoonly is Folake Adedotun. Spoonly is located in Calgary, Alberta. Folake is a B.Sc. Business Economics and M.Sc. information systems holder. She has been in the financial sector for over 15years . Folake is a wife and a mom. She loves being in the kitchen and creating delicious meal. The sight of people enjoying her meals is everything for her and this is why she made a business out of it.

What Services Does Spoonly  Offer?








Spoonly is an authentic Nigerian meals & pastries delivery service, providing a taste of Nigeria right here in Calgary. They offer the following services:

  • weekly meals for your home,
  • small to medium catering services,
  • food platters,
  • birthdays gift platters and
  • customized orders just the way you love it.

In addition, they offer what they call “signature salads 🥰”. You definitely want to try this out.


How To Patronize Spoonly?

You can order from Spoonly through her Instagram page.

Contact Information

You can reach Spoonly through any of the contact information below

The fastest and best way to browse their menu is on their Instagram page (@naijajolloftoronto).

2. Business Number 2 – Zemani Atelier

Chizenim Owah is the creative director/ Fashion designer for Zemani Atelier, a small business in Calgary, Alberta

What Are The Products Zemani Atelier Offers?








Zemani Atelier produces ready-to-wear and custom-made clothing for women and girls.

How To Patronize Zemani Atelier?

Potential customers can order for any of their products their social media platforms. The details are in the contact information section below.

Contact Information

You can reach out to Zemani Atelier through the details below


3. Business Number 3 – Street Food World Inc

Anthonia Iveren Gom is the behind Street Food World Inc. (commonly called Street Food). She is a serial entrepreneur and is passionate about building exciting businesses that make life more colorful and invigorating. She has a team of six working relentlessly to create the first national ethnic fast food chain. The business currently has operations in the following cities in Canada

  • Winnipeg, Manitoba (HQ).
  • Regina, Saskatchewan, and
  • Surrey, British Columbia.

What Products Does Street Food World Inc. Offer?








Street Food has several products. The first product is Zobo – an African Style Iced Tea. Zobo is a real-leaf brewed purple hibiscus tea, infused with earthy spices like ginger and cloves, and sweetened to perfection with tropical pineapple flavour and simple syrup. Served cold, this authentic African style iced tea has a robust flavour profile and invokes nostalgic feelings from West Africa.

How To Patronize Street Food World Inc?

Potential customers can order through local vendors or via the company’s website (for Winnipeg audience) or via (coming soon).

Contact Information

You can reach out to Street Food World Inc through the contact information below


Final Thoughts On Episode 10

Save the contact details of these businesses and patronize them when you need their services and / or products. Also, show them some love by referring customers to them.  And finally, if you like this “The Resilient Entrepreneurs” series, share this post and other posts in the series with others. Let’s work together to support the small businesses in our community.

“The Resilient Entrepreneurs – Episode 10” is brought to you by Nigerian Entrepreneurs Canada and Africa Extended@Naijapreneurcanada is a community of Nigerian Business Owners in Canada. Also, the platform focuses on showcasing our talented entrepreneurs one post at a time. Lastly, to get featured in subsequent episodes, reach out to us.

Featured Image Credit: Forward Ladies