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May 11th, 2017
Bunmi Banjo

Bunmi Banjo

Bunmi Banjo, Google Africa Head of Brand and Reputation

Bunmi Banjo is a dynamic business leader passionate about leveraging technology to grow Africa.

She is a marketing and strategy professional with over 15 years of experience in various markets including US, Asia and Africa.

Previously, she was the Google Africa SMB Marketing Head.

Since joining Google in 2012, Banjo has assisted African entrepreneurs and business owners succeed online through training and support programmes.

Prior to joining Google, Banjo worked in different capacities in the financial services and petroleum industries including TD Bank Financial Group, Discover Financial Services and Chevron Corporation. A

Banjo is an entrepreneur in her own right.

She founded and co-founded several companies including The Keyline Group in Chicago, an advisory firm that provided business consulting services to SMEs in Africa and Fezah, a live music app developed in Uganda.

Banjo holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management, and a BSc Honours Degree from the University of Toronto in Canada.

She is currently pursuing a Doctorate degree in Organizational Leadership.





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