It’s amazing how some students pull off their boldness to explore the entreprenuership drive in them by developing unique business ideas and bringing to life, while still schooling.
One of these vibrant minds is Mary Awoh, a 20-year old mass communication student of Babcock university who is the CEO of sweet indulgence, an organic skin care enterprise.
Singlehandedly, Mary raised the enterprise from the scratch.
She started making skin care products December last year, by using cupcakes to make mold soaps, with crested flower designs to give it an amazing sweet look, hence the name ‘Sweet Indulgence’.
Mary discovered her drive for business in primary school when she would buy things from stores and take to the class to sell. From selling sweets, she moved on to making and selling stringed beads in high school.
In an interview, she spoke of how she would search for recipes online and then give the finished products to her friends to test proof.
“They were basically my first clients. I would sell to them and they would complain about mild reactions but it became perfect in no time without reactions”.
Her products which consist of soap, body waters, body lotion, body scrub, olive balm and facial oil are all organic with natural products and no preservatives.
She won the Entrepreneur of the a year award in Her school early this year on her outstanding ability in juggling school work and business with neither suffering.
Well Done Mary. You’re Going Places! Beautiful People Kindly Patronise Mary.