We are back with the final episode of our Resilient Entrepreneurs season 1 series. Today’s edition is “The Resilient Entrepreneurs – Season 1 Final Episode”. If this is your first time reading this series and want to learn about all the businesses in our season 1, click here. As with previous episodes, we will showcase three black-owned businesses in Canada in today’s episode. Always remember that this series is brought to you by @naijapreneurcanada and @AfricaX. So, show us some love by following our Instagram pages and turning up post notifications so as not to miss out on our future posts. We present to you “The Resilient Entrepreneurs – Season 1 Final Episode”.
Which Businesses Are We Showcasing This Week?
We are showcasing 3 black-owned businesses today and they cut across different industries.
The businesses are:
- Nahyla Events and
1. Business Number 1 – Madebyrural
Izuchukwu Igwe is a trained optometrist and is currently pursuing a career in Motion Graphics since moving to Canada in 2019. He is the founder of Madebyrural. Madebyrural is a brand of Zumchee Global Enterprise Limited and a Calgary based social enterprise.
What Products Does Madebyrural Sell?
Madebyrural sells artisan products as well as graphic clothing and apparels. For every item sold, Madebyrural donates a part of the profit to organizations serving vulnerable individuals in Canada..
How To Patronize Madebyrural?
Potential customers can order their products via www.madebyrural.com
You can reach Madebyrural through any of the contact information below
- website: http://www.madebyrural.com/
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/madebyrural/
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/madebyrural/
- YouTube: @madebyrural
2. Business Number 2 – Nahyla Events
Olamide Ajani is a wife, mum and the founder and lead planner at Nahyla (pronounced na-hee-lah) Events.
What Products and Services Does Nahyla Events Offer?
Nahyla Events is an event management and solutions company founded over 6 years ago and is based in Calgary, Alberta. Olamide knows planning events can be a hassle, and her job at Nahyla Events is to take the stress off you. The company will work with you to understand and incorporate every minute detail to create amazing, classy, and timeless memories, while you enjoy your special day. Also, they offer the following services
- full and partial planning,
- styling and coordination for weddings, birthdays, corporate events and launches and other social events.
How To Patronize Nahyla Events?
Consultations and services can be booked via email.
You can reach out to Nahyla Events through the details below
- Email: Nayla_events@yahoo.com
- Phone number: +14038700497 or
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nahyla_events/
3. Business Number 3 – TheObsessedCrocheter
Yetunde Oluwo is the founder of TheObsessedCrocheter. She crochets and knits clothing and accessories for everyone. If you can imagine it, she can probably hand-make it. She is a software developer who enjoys DIY projects in her free time.
What Products Does TheObsessedCrocheter Offer?
TheObsessedCrocheter is a local Calgary small business. The company hand-makes crochet, knits and sews satin lined beanies, crochet clothing and accessories.
How To Patronize TheObsessedCrocheter?
You can reach out to TheObsessedCrocheter through the contact information below
Final Thoughts On Season 1 Final Episode
Save the contact details of these businesses and patronize them when you need their services and / or products. Also, refer customers to them. And finally, if you like this “The Resilient Entrepreneurs” series, share this post and other posts in the series with your friends. Let’s work together to support the small businesses in our community.
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