What We Used To Do
We started as the first digital media platform solely created for and focused on Nigerian women.
Over the years, we have reached millions of people and our work has helped many women to know better, do better, and be better.
For many years, we were:
» Creating, aggregating, and curating inspiring, informative, and entertaining content for women, across multiple platforms.
» Amplifying Nigerian women’s voices by sharing their stories and opinions on topics that matter.
» Reporting on issues that affect and concern women.
After many years of amazing trail-blazing work, we pivoted in 2021!
So, what do we do now?
What We Do Now – Spotlighting Women
Featuring, profiling, and interviewing women, as well as publishing their opinions on issues, have always been an important part of what we do.
From inception till now we have featured over 2,000 women and brands, and published over 600 opinion articles written by women. We have now decided to focus more on these.
On Woman.NG, we shine the spotlight on women – entrepreneurs, authors, professionals, coaches, humanitarians, creatives, and innovators.
» By featuring them and their work or opinions on our platform, we help them build a noteworthy digital footprint that makes it easy for local and global opportunities to find and connect with them.
» Also, we introduce their work to our already existing, and ever-growing audience of women who are always eager to discover, support, and be inspired by women doing awesome things.
What We Do Now – Connecting Women To Opportunities
We are building a community of vibrant women and connecting them to local and global opportunities.
We do this by sharing daily information on events, courses, training, grants, scholarships, recommendations and any other career, business or personal development opportunities.
We also offer short courses to get them ready for the opportunities they want.
Please note that many (not all) of our old content and categories on the website and Instagram page have been archived. You can send us an email if you need help accessing any of the archived content.