KASOPE LADIPO-AJAI, FOUNDER OF OMO ALATA FOODS


 woman.ng In 2012, Kasope Ladipo-Ajai, a computer science graduate from Babcock University  started OmoAlata, a Nigerian food service and packaging company focused on producing hygienically processed and packaged local Nigerian soups, spices, and peppers.  Below is the chat their representative had with her on how she started her business.


  • TELL US ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS

OmoAlata Food Services desires to be Nigeria’s pioneer food packaging company providing easy to use pepper mix to the general public with operations in key markets across the country. The company aspires to use its strong local brand identity to position an international product range that will sit in stores all over the world for Nigerians and other customers present in these markets.



  • From having an idea to starting your business, share your journey with us

I had always planned to start my own company. I told my first job interviewers that I would probably be working for myself in five years (I was young and too cheeky I guess). I got the job and resigned four years later to become an entrepreneur. When I decided to finally take the big leap, I registered the business name to make my decision concrete.

 

Read More HERE 

Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published