Getting an entirely new career anywhere might be rare, but what will make your chosen career stand out from the existing ones are the unique values you add to it. Olatorera Oniru knew very much well that so many people are into fashion, so she decided to digitalize her own brand by starting an e-tailer of fashion products.
Olatorera is an assiduous entrepreneur passionate about all things Africa. In 2016, she founded Dressmeoutlet.com, Africa’s leading online fashion, beauty and art retailer.
She is a member of The National Scholars Honor Society USA. Olatorera flourished her career working for two Fortune Top 5 companies namely Bank of America Merrill Lynch and General Electric. She also worked for one of the world’s largest telecommunications companies, Lars Magnus Ericsson, as a global consultant and later as Head of Sales Governance.
Olatorera has a scholarship-based Master in Business Administration (MBA) degree from the prestigious Emory University USA and Executive Management Certificates from Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden and International Institute for Management Development, Switzerland.
Olatorera loves to speak on change, entrepreneurship and development. She has been recognized by Commonwealth Africa Awards, Forbes Most Promising Africans, Top 5 Youngest Entrepreneurs and African Achievers Awards. Her track record of success has been featured in Forbes, Huffington Post, CNN and several other leading publications.