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Efosa Ojomo
Co-author, The Prosperity Paradox alum. Innovation, strategy, & development. Views expressed my own
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Efosa Ojomo 12h
In our latest , we write about Pharmacy. CEO, Bryan Mezue () is creating an affordable pharmacy solution for tens of millions of Nigerians for whom affordable medication is out of reach. Check it out:
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Anselm House 13h
In one month, will lecture on ways that innovation can help lift nations out of poverty. Keep an eye on our website () for more information and related reading in the weeks to come. See you on 10/17 at 7 PM (3M Auditorium at the Carlson School)!
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Idris Ayodeji Bello 18h
Replying to @Andela
And for those alum who will be trying their hands at their own startups, they can count on support from us the .
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Global CCI 16h
High prices, fake drugs, and a lack of pharmacies put needed medications out of reach for millions in . For this installment, we spoke with Bryan Mezue of about the company's plan to close the gap.
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Efosa Ojomo 20h
Replying to @emeka_okafor @iaboyeji
I completely agree with you guys. That's why I said create :-) Their capabilities will not allow them manage a fund like that. But to your point, if they create and outsource it, then we might be successful.
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Efosa Ojomo 20h
Replying to @emeka_okafor @iaboyeji
Didn't say manage... I said create :-)
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Efosa Ojomo 20h
Replying to @iaboyeji
Oh my... I didn't say manage. I said create :-)
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Coach Mo 21h
Amazing book! I've not been the same since I started reading it.
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Efosa Ojomo 20h
Let's ask the to create a Disruptive Innovation Fund specifically for entrepreneurs focused on making products and services more accessible to many. Retweet and share if you agree.
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Osioke "Sprime" Itseuwa 22h
"Even with the best of intentions, when we push what we believe people need, it often doesn't create permanent solutions." A Counterintuitive Solution to Poverty: Stop Trying to Eradicate It - By
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Victor Asemota Sep 16
I always encourage everyone to go and read “Prosperity Paradox” by and team. Development comes from creating markets from what we have and NOT trying to copy what we don’t have. We have to become active players in creating prosperity and not “moaners” for lack of it.
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Aspen FSP Sep 16
. and Joanna Smith-Ramani were joined by of and Courtney Eccles of to explore the systemic & consequential questions central to America’s financial future. Watch the video from here:
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Ayobami Olufadeji Aug 2
From Agege to Harvard | Able God 😁
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Efosa Ojomo Sep 16
If the invested in more , it would and create prosperity in our generation. My latest blog.
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KEY academy Sep 16
We’ve just wrapped up the 1st day of our Seed Term at our new learning space in Ikoyi! The look on each child’s face as they walked through their new school was priceless! Parents were equally as wowed. Everyone received a very special welcome as they came through the doors 😊
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Efosa Ojomo Sep 16
Replying to @gossyomega
Gossy. Always thinking. Always hustling. I love that.
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Jay Gerhart Sep 12
A ground-breaking book that will help many people make better progress in their lives. & have done incredible research, made it consumable & practical for people in different contexts.
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Efosa Ojomo Sep 16
Replying to @dolapot @ElohoGM
I'm sure and her team are putting something together :-)
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Efosa Ojomo Sep 15
Replying to @afalli
This was just brilliant. Thanks for recommending.
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Oluwatoyin Akintayo Sep 15
A must read for every entrepreneur innovating for the mass market Check out Chapter 3 to know why if you build a product, they may no come. You wouldn't want to spend so much resources doing that. Thank you
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