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Episode Info: Ameniki Omotola is Founder of TrinidadMogulista.com. As the Chief Everything Officer, Ameniki is armed with an enthusiastic approach for work and a “go-get-it” professional attitude. She is able to offer her clients one-of-a-kind services and advice that covers all aspects of small business development online—from the development of their own corporate brand and identity to attracting more leads and conversions, contributing that way to a richly rewarding online presence. Ameniki is determined to help Small Creative Business owners from her homeland Trinidad and Tobago and all corners of the globe overcome their obstacles and come-up with real solutions concerning their online creative business strategy, from the moment they launch their business to being mentioned in the prestigious Forbes list.Trinidad Mogulista is about helping creatives stand out and pushing them forward to their MOGUL legacy by using social media platforms to catapult them into their own form of success. Learn more about Ameniki Omotola on the PODCAST page on Gradient Global™ Collective's website: www.gradientglobalcollective.com Gradient Global™ Collective, LLC is a new media and event production company. We offer original and curated content and experiences geared toward the global community of black women entrepreneurs. Nia Perry, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Gradient Global™ Collective, LLC is a champion for women. As a new media content creator, television producer, and host of The Gradient Global™ Collective Podcast, Nia Perry interviews and gleans inspiration from the global community of black women entrepreneurs. Our goal is to simply to offer visibility to a traditionally under-represented group.
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