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Startup Investor Jennifer Chizua launches “Finding ChiJen” Vlog for Entrepreneurs | Watch Episode 1 on BN TV



Jennifer Chizua is the founder of Startpreneurs. The Abuja-based company works with early-stage startups through a combination of financial support and hands on guidance.

Watch Episode 1 of her YouTube vlog “Finding ChiJen” here on BN TV.

Read the official introduction;

She is a hardworking 27 years old, business mogul, pace setter and go getter who keeps it 100 in her 6 inch heels and blonde hair.

When it comes to entrepreneurship, this Diva has done it all. The fierce blonde has gone from working for the richest Football Club in the World, Manchester United, to inventing the world’s first automated ‘make-up’ brush cleaning system, to debating with the Former President Olusegun Obasanjo on Industrialization of Nigeria to speaking at entrepreneurial conferences around Nigeria to raising million dollar investments for Nigerian start-ups, to being part of the 2012 London Olympics with the England Hockey Board team to equipping vulnerable kids in Africa with the power of play in sports, and this is just to mention a few.

Her latest project is a 6,350 square feet entrepreneurial hub in Abuja called Startpreneurs which invest in young professionals and entrepreneurs whilst guiding them through the growth of their business.

With her proactive nature, she wants to reach millions of young entrepreneurs and professionals in Nigeria through her “Finding Chijen” project. Finding ChiJen are daily 1 minute fun and engaging entrepreneurial video content aimed at educating the youths and upward mobile workers to become innovative in their career path or new & existing business ideas.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity and please join her in this exciting journey on how to be a better young professional and build a sustainable business whilst you are at it.


  1. kiki

    April 29, 2017 at 9:15 pm

    Interesting, funny and great points. I think every successful business person have had to learn these. It’s important to know your craft.

  2. Jennifer Chizua

    April 30, 2017 at 10:23 am

    Thank you Bella Naija! Wonderful piece which hopes to impact Nigerian young entrepreneurs!

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