Having cemented her place in the world of brand influencing, Princess Jennifer Umeh-Ubaka a.k.a Princessjecoco is now confidently on a bold step to making the list of richest entrepreneurs in Africa.
But how does Princessjecoco plan to achieve this? Anyone would naturally be curious to know. She hinted on working on a lot of things including a clothing line which she doesn’t intend to make public the details yet.
“I’m working on a lot of things that I can’t talk about at the moment, but definitely expect a fresh new clothing line,” the Law graduate had exclusively mentioned.
The woman of many parts has risen through her days as a Law scholar to become, among many things, a brand influencer with well over 86,000 following on popular micro-blogging platform, Instragram.
Talk about fashion design, hotel and events management, Princessjecoco’s name rings a bell across the sectors. And she continues to expand on other frontiers as she is not resting on her oars anytime soon.
Princessjecoco bagged her first degree in Law at University of Hertforshire in the United Kingdom before taking it a notch higher at Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, where she pursued her second degree in Oil and Gas Law (LLM).
On where she derives the strength to aspire for a dream as tall as joining the richest entrepreneurs in Africa, she gave the credit to her children, who in her exact words, “inspire me a lot.” “They make me want to work harder and that’s why my new project is named after them,” the proud mother of two adorable children added.
In what appears to be principally drawing her energy from her family circle, she named her mother as her role model. “She’s the woman I want to be. The strongest and most hardworking woman I know.”
The testament to her capacity to break new grounds is how she identified opportunities that came with building her aesthetic on Instagram which signaled a big break for her and ushered her into other opportunities.
Going by her track record, Princessjecoco will undoubtedly in no distant time become one of the richest entrepreneurs in Nigeria and Africa.