Nigeria’s leading make-up and beauty company, House of Tara has announced the first edition of the Makeup in Nigeria Conference (MINC), a learning experience to build and equip the nation’s next set of pioneers, leaders and innovators in the beauty sector. The event holds on 30 April 2014 at the Oriental Hotel in Lagos.
“Makeup in Nigeria Conference is designed to create a strategic support base for every pro-artist in Nigeria to grow and evolve together, with the intention of building our industry into enviable heights,” says Teniolami Adejuwon, Project Manager of the conference. “MINC promises to offer every attendee a platform to learn new skill sets, exchange ideas and ultimately network with industry veterans. It is a must experience event.”
The Makeup in Nigeria Conference is an intellectual gathering of key players in the world of makeup artistry, which will serve as the authority platform offering practical business knowledge and professional skill-set demonstrations. The event designed for makeup professionals around Nigeria; will also provide all entrepreneurs and makeup brands need to know to become an industry insider, learn proven strategies to build a profitable and sustainable business model in record time.
“House of Tara is not just a business focused on its customers, it is also an industry enabler,” said Tara Fela-Durotoye, CEO of House of Tara. “We are focused on opening up the space for expansion and for growth, and are also passionate about connecting entrepreneurs with opportunities. We are excited to host this conference.”
The event will hold at The Oriental Hotel, Lagos on 30 April, 2014. Registration begins on February 17th, 2014. For more information, call 08091770582, visit www.makeupinnigeria.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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