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Amara Kanu celebrated International Women’s Day with ‘An Afternoon with Amara Kanu’ Seminar to Empower Women & We’ve got the Scoop!

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To celebrate International Women’s Day, Amara Kanu invited 40 guests to an afternoon filled with wisdom, motivation, food and laughter in the heart of London. Upon arrival guests were given the opportunity to mingle, eat, and take pictures before being seated.

The seminar kicked off with an introduction and an icebreaker. After the introduction, Amara thanked guests for braving the weather to attend the event. She then shared the story of her success; how she powered through the challenges she faced to reach where she is today, prompting a guest to comment on how inspiring her story was.

Guest speaker Sheun Onamusi of Still Dapper Limited, a trust leadership trainer and digital consultant as well as Kika Osunde of Good Hair Limited and Brass & Copper Lifestyle Limited, shared invaluable information, not only on how they achieved their successes, but on the mindset and drive that was required to achieve their dreams and overcome negative circumstances.

After the provision of even more drinks and delicious food, the stage was set for a panel discussion with Anita Adetoye, a beauty educator, beauty entrepreneur and Creative Director of Anita Brows Beauty, and Lekan Doyin-Salau – a British Nigerian Management Consultant and social entrepreneur. Lekan is also the co-founder of Capital Moments. The panellists provided insight into recognising your passion and not being afraid to just go for it.  

At the end of the night, guests had the opportunity to purchase Amara’s bestselling book ‘Healthy Living with Amara Kanu’ and her recently released video workouts, which are all available on her website at amarakanu.com.

Watch teaser for her recently released workout videos:

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Event Planner – @contactrensan
Photography – @7theyedmedia

1 Comment

  1. Melvy

    March 27, 2018 at 6:25 pm

    The Kanu men are lucky…. They married hardworking women!

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