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Donald Trump, Kevin Bond, Ayo Makun, Shirley Eniang, Cobhams Asuquo, Ramin Mesgarlou, Lucy Ameh, Others Named Celebrity Business Inspirations for Nigerian CEOs

It's a great Saturday morning and we can reflect on our best inspirations. Today, I decided to explore the fact that a few celebrities world over didn't get to the top by sheer luck but by setting up systems that guaranteed their success. That also have inspired many entrepreneurs today and here we have 4 Nigerian CEOs and their celebrity inspirations. First is by Douglas Enogieru who is the CEO of Brainchild Motion company, according to him "I have a Celebrity Actor who inspire me a lot. Her Name is Lucy Ameh she inspired me in her role in "Breads on a Bald Head" directed by Filmmaker Ishaya Bako.


Then Nkechi, the CEO of Assa Box Abuja said her celebrity inspiration is Ramin Mesgarlou who built the first luxury designer Direct Sales Company, the Global Wealth Trade.

Our third personality is the CEO of
Gospel Thru Sounds, Aibangbee Osarobo (Osaspiano). He is inspired by a number of celebrities including Cohbams Asuquo, Wole Oni, Kevin bond and Justin Timberlake. Their work is so amazing and have inspired his business over time, he finished.

Mr Jonathan Urakweninwaeze-Daniels, the CEO of De-mills Business Ventures opened up that his business inspirations are Donald Trump and Aliko Dangote! He said he loves their uncommon business acumen and dexterity.



Which celebrity inspires your business? For me, Ayo Makun (AY) and Mo Abudu as well as Shirley Eniang top my list! 




My list may change to accommodate more people this year, I hope!

So who inspires your business? Care to share?

Use the comment box or email to jennychisomblog@gmail.com

Comments

Lucy Ameh said…
Thanks Jenny Chisom, this means a lot n it's inspiring. God bless u.its going to be a good year. Better things ahead n Coming.
Lucy Ameh said…
Thanks Jenny Chisom, this means a lot n it's inspiring. God bless u.its going to be a good year. Better things ahead n Coming.
JCBlog said…
Thanks too Lucy for finding this post and commenting. I celebrate you.

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