Bethlehem Alemu to attend GTBank Fashion Weekend

Bethlehem Alemu to attend GTBank Fashion Weekend

Ethiopian businesswoman, founder and executive director of soleRebels, Africa’s fastest growing footwear company, Bethlehem Alemu, will be at the GTBank Fashion Weekend to share her entrepreneurial journey as well as give business tips on how to make financial success from Fashion.

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Thirty-six years old Elemu’s soleRebels, which she founded in 2005 in her local community using local fibres is today one of Africa’s fast growing businesses with standalone stores across Africa, North America, Europe and Asia.

And In line with the GTBank’s promotion of enterprise Bethlehem personifies the empowerment that fashion entrepreneurship can provide to young people.

To register for this MasterClass please visit fashionweekend.gtbank.com limited spaces available.


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