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Creativity, that is what “`Atinu´da´” represents; something born within the bounds of creativity. Birthed by the Founder of Oaken Event, Ayiri Oladunmoye, this notable event has been designed to celebrate creativity and uniqueness with the aim of emphasising its importance as an essential tool required for increased growth and development in the events industry in Nigeria.

Oaken Events Presents Atinuda 2: Get the breakdown of the 3 Part Experience, Conference Attendants & The Gorgeous Speakers

The goal is to create a platform that allows growth and development to take place. One that identifies, creates and drives excellence.`Atinu´da´will help in building and shaping young entrepreneurs who make the decision to pursue this path. Their vision is to contribute to building a greater and better Nigeria.

The maiden edition of `Atinu´da´ successfully held in June 2016 and witnessed in attendance three seasoned Internationally acclaimed speakers, events producers, designers and lifestyle experts: Diann Valentine, Christina Holt and Seyi Olusanya.

The second edition of `Atinu´da´ is slated for the 15th of June 2017. In attendance at the conference is a line up of exciting international and resident speakers to make this event truly worthwhile;

Preston Bailey who is globally celebrated for his unique ability to transform ordinary spaces into lush, theatrical environments. Marcy Blum an American author, event planner and owner of Marcy Blum Associates and Elizabeth Solaru the founder of Elizabeth’s Cake Emporium who is recognised as one of the best wedding cake companies in the world. Mai Atafo an accomplished and leading bespoke fashion designer and Osayi Alile, an accomplished and leading sustainability expert and speaker. Abas Idaresit. CEO Wild Fusion, he is a leading communications and brand strategist in Africa. Adebola Williams, CEO of Red Media Africa & Statecraft Inc. Lillian Olubi, Co- Founder of Primera Africa Finance Group.

The `Atinu´da´ Experience will be in three parts: the Atinuda Press Conference, Atinuda Atelier and the Dinner. The Press Conference will take place 14, June 2017 at 9.00am at the Africa Room, Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island Lagos.

The Atelier will hold on the 15th of June 2017 at 8.00am at The Landmark Events center, Water Corporation Road, Oniru Victoria Island, Lagos. A workshop designed to evoke collective expertise with influential leaders in the events, business, media and lifestyle industry.

The Dinner is an evening of fine dining in an atmosphere that is stimulating and comfortable for all our creative partners. It is scheduled to hold on the evening of the 16th of June at 6.00pm.

For more updates on `Atinu´da´, click here.

Check out the gorgeous speakers.

Oaken Events Presents Atinuda 2: Get the breakdown of the 3 Part Experience, Conference Attendants & The Gorgeous Speakers Oaken Events Presents Atinuda 2: Get the breakdown of the 3 Part Experience, Conference Attendants & The Gorgeous Speakers Oaken Events Presents Atinuda 2: Get the breakdown of the 3 Part Experience, Conference Attendants & The Gorgeous Speakers Oaken Events Presents Atinuda 2: Get the breakdown of the 3 Part Experience, Conference Attendants & The Gorgeous Speakers Oaken Events Presents Atinuda 2: Get the breakdown of the 3 Part Experience, Conference Attendants & The Gorgeous Speakers

Credit
Makeup: Bimpe Onakoya | @Bimpeonakoya
Lead Stylist: Zubby Definition | @Zubbydefinitions
Assistant Stylist: Anita of Soul of Urban People Style Ltd
Atinuda Director: Ayiri Oladunmoye CEO @oakenevent
Coral Beads: Zubby Definition | @Zubbydefinition
Aso-oke: BIMMS24| @Bimmms24
Photography: TY Bello | @Tybello
Production Company: Oaken Event @oakenevent  | Atinuda Team @atinuda_
Hairstylist 1: Zubby Definition | @Zubbydefinitions
Hairstylist 2: Daboiku Shesan Nuel | @shesannuel_

7 Comments

  1. Adamazi

    June 9, 2017 at 9:05 pm

    Beautiful

  2. lolls

    June 10, 2017 at 6:43 am

    pardon me, but why r those white women in traditional edo outfits.. i need real answers

    • Akpeno

      June 10, 2017 at 12:45 pm

      My dear I am wondering the same thing…. Why? Nigerians just know how to diminish our tradition…. These white women have no buisiness wearing those outfits…. At the most they should have found them dutch ankara to wear…

  3. Susie

    June 10, 2017 at 5:12 pm

    Why shouldn’t they wear it? Africans certainly wear t-shirts, frocks, Scottish kilts, saris, kimonos, Brazilian hair, Asian hair, Louboutin heels & what not which are definitely not African. Even the Dutch prints we wear are not African in origin either. If a law iwere enacted for people to only use/ wear items their race created, what a miserable world that would be! We live in a global village & they look damn good in the outfits. Let them be.

    • Akpeno

      June 12, 2017 at 5:49 pm

      Because T Shirts jeans and “frocks” mean nothing to them. They have no meaning no culture behind them other than commerce… Ours mean a lot more it is our identity, our culture our ethnicity.

      I’ll give you the Scottish kilts…. but that is where your arguments end. The rest are strictly commerce for them no origin no meaning just commerce

  4. Obi

    June 10, 2017 at 11:59 pm

    Beautiful

  5. JU

    June 29, 2017 at 11:44 am

    What are you saying. Are u not happy they like ur culture. Nawa for uuuu

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