StoneBricks Hub was created by Omotola Agbi and Oluwatoyin Amira, young females focused on creating an environment for innovative minds to turn ideas into business and marketable solutions.
Omotola has a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Electronics Engineering and a Masters of Engineering Science in Telecommunications Engineering that was obtained from the University of New South Wales Sydney, Australia.
She is very passionate about women in business and supporting young individuals to reach their potential by harnessing their innate talent and developing relationships with professionals in various fields to guarantee business success. She has worked for over 7 years as a Business Developer with SAO Capital and as a Technical Consultant with Carters Consulting in Abuja where she worked on the deployment of e-learning in private and government schools across the Federal Capital Territory.
Omotola currently spends some of her working hours in the innovation Hub incubating start-ups, mentoring, developing businesses and creating programs aimed at promoting the use of software technology and its various applications to develop and encourage creativity in individuals from as young as school children to young adults seeking to improve their technological skills.
She also continues to focus on improving collaboration among entrepreneurs and organizations through co-working, developing projects, manage client relationships and expanding business units within the group of companies.
She is a member of the Nigerian Society of Engineers and the Nigerian Institute of Management.
Oluwatoyin is a Barrister and Solicitor of Law with a Business Law degree from the University of Middlesex and a Master of Laws in International Commercial Law from Kings College London. She also has a Diploma in Accounting and currently pursuing her PhD in Public Policy.
Toyin has over 13 years of work experience in diverse sectors. Her areas of practice includes: Litigation and Dispute Resolution; Business/Company Compliance and Regulation; Corporate Finance; Intellectual Property; Real Estate, Construction and Infrastructure. With an undisputed flair for business, her background in Business Accounting has been advantageous in attaining the right balance between law and the exigency of business. She has also worked in the public sector as a Legal officer and on a State Government project tasked with re-integrating troubled youths into education and vocational training. Toyin also engages in pro-bono cases where she assists the under-privileged in accessing justice.
As an advocate for Women empowerment and a promoter of Gender equity, Toyin now utilises the diverse programme of Stonebricks Hub as a platform to engage, stimulate and invest in young women in order to make them financially empowered and established as successful entrepreneurs.
˚WHO WE ARE
The Stonebricks Hub was primarily conceived by two young successful entrepreneurs with a combined work experience of over 30 years in various sectors ranging from infrastructure advisory to engineering & construction. Our network of professionals and experts in different fields are an integral part of the support system StoneBricks offers startups and early-stage entrepreneurs.
We provide a complete ecosystem that turn ideas to business solutions and eventually to markets. We work with tech-founders, innovators, creative minds, influencers and incubates within the StoneBricks academy to launch initiatives that contribute to the global economic growth.
“Our focus remains turning ideas into business solutions and at the same time providing a support system for startups and MSME’s to thrive in any economy”
We connect the best entrepreneurs with media, corporate investors while supporting the businesses from idea to market success. We also provide multipurpose co-working spaces for tech start ups, social entrepreneurs and other similar SMEs to work together, share ideas & solutions, co-create, collaborate and launch businesses that will solve local problems in Nigeria and Africa as a whole.
We bring together technologies, talents and growth techniques to launch and grow ideas, either independently for stakeholders or in co-development with large corporations. We intend to build co-working partnerships between thriving industries and successful value-adding innovators.
We partner with angle investors and venture capitalists and other funding organizations to provide startup and early-stage entrepreneurs with seed funds and grants.
We organize regular events to start conversations and spur the discourse of technological innovations required to solve national and global problems. Our calendar includes: Bi-annual startup challenges that will identify talented individuals and teams who have viable tech startup businesses; Regular ongoing technology and entrepreneurship trainings and seminars.