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Today makes it 7years I started my company (Lacreme cleaning services). I was just 24years old with big dreams.

I painted a picture of the strong brand that I wanted to build. I didn’t want to be seen (perceived) as a road side cleaner so I decided to study a professional course with the British Institute of cleaning Science where I got my certificate on Cleaning, Chemical Competence and Equipment Safety and Management.

When I came back to Nigeria I started marketing my cleaning services from one construction site to another, I spoke with my family and friends. Some people actually laughed at me, telling me to go look for a more classy and prestigious business to do. “How can a pretty girl like you settle for a lowlife business ” Coming from a family friend I had so much respect for! Wow, I felt bad, but you know what? I just smiled and I said to myself this same people will celebrate me one day.

The gentlemen in this picture were my first set of cleaners, they were just young men who were aspiring to go to the university. They were professionally trained by my company so well that we started getting so many jobs on referrals. Shortly after the 3 gentlemen got into university and the company supported them all through until they graduated.

We upgraded our cleaning services from post construction cleaning service to home cleaning services and then contract cleaning services. My first major deal was when I and my team worked on a 30-rooms, guest house cleaning service project and I made some cash! Wow at this stage people who laughed at me, started calling me for business advice.

Fast forward. I relocated to Lagos in 2013 and I heard all sorts of stories of “how are you going to compete with all the big companies in Lagos” I didn’t let that bother me, I started aggressive marketing, moved from one building to another. And my big God showed up! I got contract from banks, offices etc. Today we have about 75 staff on monthly salary and about 15 on contract. With Branches in Lagos, Enugu and Port Harcourt.

This is my Story. Small girl with a Big God. This is just the beginning!

About Lacreme Cleaning Services Nigeria

La Crème is a growth oriented and dynamic professional cleaning company specialized in the art of industrial, residential and environmental cleaning, trained by the British Institute of Cleaning Sciences (BISC). We are committed to providing tailor made cleaning solutions to our respective clients to suit their needs.

To become the leading provider of professional mechanized cleaning services in Nigeria.

To deliver world class, cleaning services to our clients by providing personalized one-stop cleaning and auxiliary services at affordable costs without compromising on quality.

We strive to achieve the highest standards of Quality, Health, Safety and Environment throughout our service delivery. Nothing is more important to us than the health and safety of our employees and the people who use our services.

We understand that the requirements and expectations of our clients have to be met at all times at the most cost effective means without compromising on quality. La Crème is focussed on achieving this goal in an open and transparent way.

Our staff members are adequately trained and often updated on professional cleaning systems. We constantly organise feedback sessions where we discuss and evaluate customers’ complaints and how to respond promptly.

We use the best cleaning technologies available to minimize the environmental impact of our services.

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Haelsoft Digital Marketing is a professional company that provides a broad range of programmes in digital technology, operations strategy and business. they hosted a scholarship programme which ran from the 10th of December to 13th of December.

The scholarship programme was a very wonderful package which helped to enlighten young talents who are passionate about Digital Marketing and technology find a path towards achieving greatness.

The programme kicked off at exactly 9:00am which started with an opening prayer and introductory speech by the CEO with the names Mr Ezeadichie Onyeka Michael who thanked everyone for being able to attend the programme.

The first item on the programme was introducing Digital marketing. The teaching also went further to talk about SEO optimization teaching us how to use those different tools for better performance. there was a short break with the interval of 30 minutes. they also taught about Google ads which brought the programme to a close for the day.

The second day kicked off at 9:00am as usual with an opening prayer. we went straight to the teaching of the day which talked about Google trends and podcast, that ended the programme for the day.

The third day talked about creation of website, how to create a website without stress and youtube video creation which ended the programme for the day with a closing prayer

The last day was about content marketing and content writing which helped channel young writers on how well to write. The last day was fun because interviews were taken from different radio stations. The scholarship programme ended well all thanks to the CEO of Haelsoft Digital marketing institute,


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Fun Games to Help your Child Develop( Pearsbaby)




Age-appropriate activities are a great way for parents to help their children grow, and an even better way to share some very special time together. They are a way of teaching your children basic skills and exercising their brains, even while they’re very young. Here are a few exercises for you to try with your children when you think they’re ready.

0 – 6 Months:

Tummy Time,  is one of the oldest, and best exercises for toddlers because it’s so simple. Lay out some brightly coloured toys for your baby on the floor, in an area where you can watch them carefully, and let them squirm around and explore the world. Squat over them, hold toys above them, roll them from side to side, and above all else, have lots of fun!

Footsies, is another great game that stimulates your babies under developed motor skills. With your baby on its back, put brightly coloured socks or booties on their feet and then pinch one of their toes to grab their attention. When they become wrapped up in those colourful toes leave them to play, and watch as they exercise their back, arms, legs and core.

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7 Tips On How To Make Social Media Work For Your Business




1. Every brand or individual who decides to use the social media platform as a tool for either personal branding or brand management must have a good strategy on how they intend to play on that space. i.e. what they intend to achieve and how they intend to go about it.

2. Having clear & engaging content would provide brand awareness & daily consumer interaction with your brand. Find content that resonates with your target group. For instance; if your TG is young people, research & discover what most young people are doing online, provide content they would be interested in (Music, football, videos, games, etc.)

3. Social media is a two way communication. If your audience/ consumers take out time to visit your social media page and interact with your content either by commenting, liking or sharing, please respond to them. No matter how flimsy or irrelevant their suggestions may be, the least you can say is “Thank you for your comment”. You would be amazed how much trust you would gain from your audience.

4. Always ask your audience/ consumers for feedback on your products. This would help the brand position itself in the right direction. Social media gives you the opportunity to reach as many people as possible, through one medium, all at the same time!

5.If your brand has a “serious tone of voice” offline and you decide to get on social media, find a “social media tone of voice” to increase your online presence & engagement.

6. On social media, sometimes images speak louder than words! Use images that are sharp, clear and attractive to the user. Your brand logo must always accompany your images as well! Images would serve as an advertising vehicle for your brand.

7. No matter what you do, be sincere. Sincerity equals believability and credibility for your brand.


source: Wildfusion

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