Benjamin Aderotimi Ayoade, also known as Mustard, is into graphics designing and printing.
“After a series of trainings on graphics designing, I was encouraged to improve on myself to becoming a better graphics designer by providing great artistic and creative representations and great print quality.”
Everything around inspires Benjamin. “I also get inspiration from people – great entrepreneurs – either by meeting with them or by reading books written by them. The internet is really a great place to get inspired.”
Speaking on a project that served as a confidence booster for him, he said, “I made a trending graphics design of an incentive for the Faculty of Science, Federal University, Oye-Ekiti and the quality came out great on print. I got a lot of positive feedbacks from people about the project, which has greatly invigorated me.”
Moving forward, “I look forward to getting great support from people and corporate organizations in terms of raising capital and/or assistance in publicity of the business to the global world.”
He also gave his opinion on youth empowerment. “Youth empowerment is an essential ingredient in the quiver of tools which are needed to boost the economy of any nation. It is a great way of raising great people who would integrate their innovative ideas with great chances to impact their world.”
“Nigerian youths, who are known globally to be talented and intellectually inclined can be geared up to transform their ideas into realities by organizing seminars and symposiums to acquaint them with the necessities of entrepreneurship, providing adequate mentorship to those who are willing to learn and improve, providing grants that would help them raise capital as well as promoting financial education among youths, making ways for effective publicity by collaborations with reputable brands and corporate bodies.”
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