Welcome to “The Resilient Entrepreneurs – Episode 11”. 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 11”.
Which Businesses Are We Showcasing This Week?
We are showcasing 3 businesses in this Episode 11. These all female-owned businesses cut across different industries.
The businesses are:
- Tola Jimoh Photography & The Dewberry Company Inc. and
- ZTQ Jewels
1. Business Number 1 – Twinxkonsult
The brains behind Twinxkonsult are Taiwo Teju-Ogungbe and Kehinde Sholabomi-Toye. And together, they run the company. The business is located in both Calgary, Canada and Lagos, Nigeria. Due to the nature of the business, they can travel in and out of both locations.
What Services Does Twinxkonsult Offer?
They anchor traditional weddings (this is popularly called Alaga Ijoko and Iduro). Also, they wrap exquisite gifts for engagements, weddings, special occasions and package gifts / fruit baskets for all seasons. In addition, they do customised engagement letters for engagements.
How To Patronize Twinxkonsult?
You can request for their service by calling or sending Whatsapp messages to +2348028471010 and and / or +15877076377 or through the company’s Instagram page.
You can reach Twinxkonsult through any of the contact information below
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/twinxkonsult_alaga_eruiyawo/
- WhatsApp / direct call: +2348028471010 and and / or +15877076377
- Facebook: Twinxkonsult
2. Business Number 2 – Tola Jimoh Photography & The Dewberry Company Inc.
Tola Jimoh is the brain behind Tola Jimoh Photography & The Dewberry Company Inc. The business has operation in Calgary (Canada), Lagos (Nigeria), London (UK).
What Services Does Tola Jimoh Photography & The Dewberry Company Inc. Offers?
Tola Jimoh is a photographer, story teller, content creator and a fashion director. If you are about fun moments, great reads and unfiltered experiences from around the world, stick with Tola and you will never get bored!
How To Patronize Tola Jimoh?
Potential customers can order for her service via email, Instagram and / or WhatsApp. Web orders are coming launch soon.
You can reach out to Tola Jimoh through the details below
- Website: www.tolajimoh.com
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tolajimoh/ and https://www.instagram.com/thedewberrycompany/
3. Business Number 3 – ZTQ Jewels
Ada Azike is the behind ZTQ Jewels. She is a Nigerian Canadian currently studying a double major in biology and psychology at the University of Toronto. The business is located with the Greater Toronto Area.
What Products Does ZTQ Jewels Offer?
At its core, ZTQ Jewels is a jewelry brand that aims to empower, enlighten and inspire young women, especially those who have been through a fair amount of life experiences and are trying to turn them into their strengths and motivation. This is why all the company’s products carry meaning. The messages on their social media accounts, website blog, and most importantly the jewelry are all curated and created for her and her story. Each piece is a symbol and when she wears it, she has the meaning in mind.
How To Patronize ZTQ Jewels?
The company’s primary platform is the website. So, you can place order for any of the products on the website. In addition, the company is working with miiriya.com to make their products available on that platform as well.
You can reach out to Ada and / or ZTQ Jewels through the contact information below
- Website: https://ztqjewels.com
- Instagram (Personal): https://www.instagram.com/adazike/
- Instagram (Business): https://www.instagram.com/ztqjewels/
Final Thoughts On Episode 11
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.
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