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2019 Thrive Women Conference

Thrive Women Conference 2018 was awesome. Very resourceful and well organized for a first time event. I believe it has come to stay. I look forward to the Thrive Women Conference 2019. Well done Team!
Dr. Lauraine Ngozi Ubanozie (PHD)
I congratulate the organisers of the conference especially Rosemary for her doggedness and dedication. For an inaugural event, it was well thought out, well put together and promises that future conferences will be better. I know i will attend again.
Kudos to the team!
Mrs. Christy Makinde
I thank God for the great privilege to have attended Thrive Women Conference, it was a turning point in my life and business. I was truly challenged when I heard all the great words of wisdom from all the speakers and panelists, my business too has taken a new turn, I have started working on my ten actionable plans for business. Please I don't want to miss any of your programmes. Thanks Mrs Rosemary for allowing God use you to impact women.
Oluwehinmi Embele akpo – founder Eternal Jewels
``Attending the seminar was a real eye-opener to me. I wasn’t so sure of my expectations when I was first invited but in no time, I realised it was a good investment which was worth every penny! I was greatly inspired by all of the speakers and I especially enjoyed the fact that it provided me the opportunity to network and mingle with other women from diverse fields and background. Well done to the Thrive Team! I definitely will attend subsequent conferences! “ -
Oyinpreye Aigbogun
I am so glad to have been a part of the thrive Women Conference 2018. I was imparted in many ways by everyone that spoke. I am very grateful that my journey from Asaba to Lagos for the conference wasn't a waste. Thanks for imparting women.
Mrs. Itevhe,
The conference was one of the highlights of the year. It was not just a regular seminar, it was an interactive, open and honest conference.I learnt a lot from the brave women who shared their personal and professional stories. I felt challenged and empowered.
Ms. Fisayo Akinsanya