This is the link to the digital downloadable cover.
Hello and welcome to the Ember months,
Following the economic ruins caused by the pandemic and the low morale shadowing us due to the death of Chadwick Boseman, we all need a reason to believe in ourselves and an incentive to revisit our goals.
This is why we’ve made a bolder, braver magazine with impactful stories to ensure that you’re filled with hope and you finish the year strong.
One source of inspiration you cannot afford to miss is courtesy our cover stars from Under 40 CEOS. As the community celebrates it’s 5th year in existence, it was imperative to sit down with 5 of their success stories who have showcased resilience and stellar entrepreneurial qualities over the years.
We stand blameless, should you get attached to these personalities who share one one major cover while each boasting their individual versions.
Discover a different side to
CEO of CM Design Atelier – Tosin Osinowo (the tomboy architect and lounge chair pro designer)
CEO of Grant Quartermaine- Tosin Amushan (the quiet gym bunny meets furniture expert)
CEO of Sixth Sense Limited- Temitope Olagbegi (the soft spoken interior designer extraordinaire)
CEO of Free Me Digital – Michael Ugwu (the cryptocurrency guru and media veteran)
and finally, the FABulous Familusi Akin Babajide (executive director of Under 40 Ceos Africa and serial entrepreneur)
as they discuss impactful stories, the benefits of the platform, advice they wish they were told before starting out, and so much more.
As you proceed within this periodical, open yourself up to the inevitable surge of artistic creativity and resilience ‘Mrs O Atelier’s Spring Summer 21 Collection’ offers. In a bid to redefine AMPLITUDE, we are faced with bold silhouettes, dramatic sleeves and many delicious colours from the onset and throughout the exotic range.
We may not all be model citizens but we can learn a thing or two from ex-beauty queen and fashion entrepreneur, Elohor of Beth Model Agency who opens up to Accelerate TV about her laudable efforts to change the narrative of the modelling industry locally and globally.
Lastly, we are reminded that everyday is a good day to celebrate the feminine race as we are spelling out the F-word people love to shy away from in ‘F is for Feminism’
Reinventing this modern magazine, with its five additional, unique and collectable covers, has been an epic project and my hope is that you take something deeper from it all.
Love and peace always.
Joan K. Vincent-Otiono