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Listen to Fashion Designer Estella Ogbonna Discuss Business on The Ladybrille Woman Podcast Show


Estella Ogbonna LBWOM October 2014Hey AML People,

Check out my recent interview with fashion designer Estella Ogbonna on the business of fashion, media, and more. See below for details.



Ladybrille Woman of the Month Estella Ogbonna on Business, Marriage, Domestic Violence and Never Giving Up.

Our Ladybrille Woman of the Month for October is fashion designer Estella Ogbonna. In this feature, Estella shares how she started her fashion business, the challenges it took to set up and successfully run her business, and how she met those challenges, finding love, moving to Ghana after she got married to be with her husband, domestic violence in the relationship leading to separation/divorce, and working with Nigerian actress Monalisa Chinda. She also shares tips for fashion entrepreneurs.


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Quick Preview of the Podcast

  1. Starting her fashion business.
  2. Challenges in running her fashion business
  3. Growing her fashion business
  4. Finding love.
  5. Marriage and moving to Ghana
  6. Domestic violence in the marriage, separation/divorce.
  7. Working in Nigeria with Actress Monalisa Chinda

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