Olatorera Oniru is one of Nigeria’s most industrious and enthusiastic young entrepreneurs. The 29 year-old woman is the pioneer of Dressmeoutlet.com, a Lagos-based e-commerce start-up that retails fashion items sourced from around the world. Dressmeoutlet.com strongly promotes made in Africa goods with the objective of selling only the best 20 % African designers. Olatorera continues to travels across Africa and beyound in search of distinct prizes and creative manufacturers to retail on Dressmeoutlet.com. She will be visiting China, United Arab Emirates, South Africa, Morocco, Ethiopia and also Tanzania within the next coming months. She likes going into most the rural areas in Africa, learning socializing and finding unique treasures as well as natural resources that that can be converted into luxury fashion apparel, shoes, jewelry and accessories.
Dressmeoutlet.com ships globally and currently has clients in various states across Nigeria, Uganda and United States of America. The company now employs more than 20 permanent staff members and will be officially launch with a sales and exhibit event in Lagos, Nigeria on May 22nd, 2016. With years of experience from leading companies consisting of Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Ericsson, Central Bank of Nigeria and General Electric, Olatorera Oniru is successfully building Dressmeoutlet.com right into a fashion e-commerce giant and has financing deals from significant capitalists consisting of Nigerian capitalist Tony Elumelu.