She found her way into the top league of successful and influential Nigerian women when she held the position of Managing Director for M-Net Africa, part of the Naspers Group.
Prior to that role, Biola had worked as part of the executive team at the influential children’s television brand Sesame Street, and a member of the marketing team that launched the Korean motor vehicle corporation Daewoo in the United States of America.
She kicked off her Biola Alabi Media company in 2016 after quitting M-Net Africa, is the founder of “Grooming for Greatness” a leadership development and mentorship program for a new generation for African leaders.
In 2012, she was named one of the 20 Youngest Power Women in Africa by Forbes Magazine and a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader.
Biola’s media outfit has tapped into the Nigerian, African and global market with a food travel docu-series, ‘Bukas and Joints’ and a movie, ‘Banana Island Ghost’, which grossed millions of Naira while in cinemas.
Biola says ‘have a biloscious week’