Marketing Team

Abasiama Idaresit

CEO/Founder, Wild Fusion

Abasiama Idaresit is a technology entrepreneur and CEO/Founder of the Wild Fusion,  Africa’s leading independent digital marketing organisation with operations in Kenya, Ghana and Nigeria.

Listed by Choiseul Institute Paris as one of Africa Economic Leaders for Tomorrow, Mr. Idaresit is known for bootstrapping his technology startup into a successful business across three African countries. A graduate of Information Systems from London School of Economics and MBA from Manchester Business School.

 

Adebisi Peters, a Foley Artist

Adebisi Peters, a Foley Artist won a coveted place in the British Council's Nigeria Creative Enterprise Support Programme and was one of the 25 entrepreneurs whose business ideas were selected for the programme's incubation phase. 

Adejuwon Soyinka

Mr. Adejuwon Soyinka

Editor, BBC

Adejuwon Soyinka is a multiple award-winning journalist and editor, with close to 20 years experience in the media industry. Prior to his appointment as Editor, BBC Pidgin Service in June 2017, Mr Soyinka was Senior Special Assistant (Media) and Spokesman to the Ogun State Governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun, between October 2015 and May 2017. As pioneer Editor of the BBC Pidgin language service, Soyinka leads a team of 25 young and creative minds spread across West and Central Africa

Agatha Emina

General Manager, Wild Fusion

Agatha is a seasoned digital marketing professional, strategist and leader with a strong understanding of online marketing concepts, strategy and best practices. She is a subject matter expert from the Digital Marketing Institute, Ireland with core competency in mobile marketing and social media marketing. Passionate about digital marketing, Agatha has helped businesses succeed in the digital space by offering return on marketing spend on real business objectives.

Alex Lichtenfels

Alex Lichtenfels is a filmmaker and theorist who lectures in film production at the University of Greenwich. Before that he worked as a freelance producer in corporate and advertising for several years, producing content for high-end brands such as Apple, Starbucks, and Msheireb. His independent films comprise various genres – arthouse, documentary and naturalist – but are linked by an interest in how the process of filmmaking can be informed by ethical and political principles. 

Amarachi Attamah

Amarachi Attamah

Festival Manager and Founder, OJA Cultural Development Initiative

Amarachi is a beneficiary of the Festivals programme where young emerging artists are programmed from the UK in West African Festivals and vice versa. The programme also includes a training strand through workshops and short secondments in the UK and West Africa

Anthony Sule

Antoine Collections

A good pair of footwear not only completes what you wear but it speaks volumes about who you are! Antoine collections is a fash-tech footwear company that produces quality bespoke and ready to wear footwear for the Nigerian millennial with a delightful customer experience. Our Antoine App enhances the bespoke experience for our customers by allowing them to build their own footwear!

Arukaino Umukoro

Arukaino Umukoro

Award-winning Journalist, Development Journalist

Arukaino Umukoro began his professional career as a journalist with the National Standard news magazine in 2007. In the same year, he won the National Standard’s ‘Writer of the Year’ award. 

He has also worked with one of Nigeria’s most recognised independent weekly magazine, TELL; and PUNCH, Nigeria’s most widely read newspaper, covering investigative and development stories, ranging from human rights, health, environment, politics, sports and education. He is a recipient of several awards.

 

2011 Ayotomi Rotimi

Young Fashion Entrepreneur of the Year

British Council Nigeria

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