Student Entrepreneur Spotlight – Precious Oluwabemiwo.

Meet our student entrepreneur of the week:

My name is Precious Samuel Oluwabemiwo. A 500 level agronomy student of the University of Ibadan
I’m the founder of Bemiwo. I’m a beauty therapist and I sell cosmetics

Inspired by good looks, she decided to delve into the beauty business:

When I was younger, I admired good looks. My mum has always being my inspiration. She knew what to combine on her face and it came out really beautiful. Later on I got familiar with professional makeup artists and I realised that people don’t have to go through a surgery before their beauty is enhanced.

On the impacts having a business as a student has had on her:

Starting a brand in school is challenging because you have to balance both. You have to ensure none is lacking attention and most times the target audience is limited to school
Positively, I have been exposed to the fundamentals of business. I have gained experience. The fact that I own a brand keeps me informed. I want to learn more. It has also improved my networking and relationship with people

Balancing business and school can be a task; here’s how she does it:

I work based on schedule and timing such that my business doesn’t tamper with my school work.

Support is one basic element that every business owner needs; and she has enough:

My parents are 100% supportive. They appreciate skill and they encourage me very well.

Building a customer base can be tricky, but here’s how she did it:

I started with the people around me. Friends and acquaintances. Next, I started making good use of the social media platforms. I also took digital marketing classes online to improve myself.

Her advice to upcoming student entrepreneurs are:

My advice to upcoming student entrepreneurs is that they should know their passion and have a unique selling point in whatever they are into. They should also see mistakes as an opportunity to learn. There’s no crime in trying.

On how Vasiti has helped her:

Vasiti has really made things easier for me. In terms of marketing, ordering and delivering.

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Kudos to her


Kudos Precious


Awesome, Greater heights Precious…but I still keep wondering why we have more ladies into entrepreneurship, wassup with guys?…smIles.

Olunuga Ayanfeoluwanimi
Olunuga Ayanfeoluwanimi

Seen some of your works, and they’ve been impressive so far. When will you beat my own face too?


Congrats to her. Kudos to Vasiti for recognising student entrepreneurs.


Nice one


This is great!


My hardworking crush is blowwwwwwn. Cheers baby girl. Keep up the good work!!

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