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Betty Irabor unveiled as the Creative Curator of the “Cointreau Creative Crew”

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Betty Irabor

Betty Irabor

At a press conference, which held at the Wheatbaker hotel recently, Cointreau announced the launch of the Cointreau Creative Crew in Nigeria with Betty Irabor (Founder and Publisher of Genevieve Magazine) as the Creative Curator.

The Cointreau Creative Crew is a worldwide philanthropic programme with the aim of developing women’s freedom and expression and encouraging them to strive to make their dreams a reality.

The global campaign encourages individuals to ‘dream, dare, create’. It was launched last year in the UK and the official launch in Nigeria is on Sunday 10th of April.  At the end of the campaign an entrepreneur will be given a chance to receive a grant of €20,000 to pursue their creative project. Although the campaign is primarily targeted at women, it is also open to men.

See photos from the unveiling below.

Antoinette Drumm, Betty Irabor, Alfred Cointreau & Valentine Mathieu

Antoinette Drumm, Betty Irabor, Alfred Cointreau & Valentine Mathieu

Betty Irabor & Alfred Cointreau

Betty Irabor & Alfred Cointreau

6 Comments

  1. Wale

    April 8, 2016 at 3:22 pm

    She is absolutely classic, classy yet chick from head to toes……guess what? she always does it effortlessly! Me love

  2. swagg1

    April 8, 2016 at 4:19 pm

    Who is her stylist? That curtain fabric she is wearing shouldnt be matching her shoes? All I see is curtain drapes.

    • Err No

      April 8, 2016 at 4:44 pm

      No it can, and it did, and it looks great, sorry you don’t see the ‘classiness’ in its ‘matchiness’ lol

  3. obi

    April 8, 2016 at 10:04 pm

    Epic fail the whole flowery thing is a mess. Love the lady though

    • abi

      April 9, 2016 at 2:32 pm

      More like a katespade from head to toe

  4. .....

    April 9, 2016 at 2:58 am

    I love dresses like this…this is me all the way

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