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July 5th, 2016
Olatorera Oniru

Olatorera Oniru

Olatorera Oniru, Dressmeoutlet.com Founder

Olatorera Oniru is fast becoming one of the prominent names in Nigeria’s booming e-commerce sector.

The 29 year old is the Founder of Dressmeoutlet.com, a Lagos-based online fashion retailer. Equipped with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and Management and a Masters in Business Administration (MBA), Olatorera has worked for a series of top global companies including Ericsson, Bank of America Merrill Lynch and General Electric.

Motivated by the endless opportunities in Africa, Oniru decided to put her gleaming career with multinational firms on hold and delve into entrepreneurship. While she continues to fund her business from personal savings, offers have reportedly already started coming in from investors, including prominent Nigerian billionaire Tony Elumelu.

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