If you haven’t seen the Dragons Den episode I referenced, here’s the link
It’s great to note that since the disappointing news Shade and her son received on Dragons’ Den, they have successfully opened their first permanent store. For me it’s another lesson learned…Keep hope alive and it’s not over till it’s over.
Charity Ladi Babatunde, a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources, is the founder of RAVE Et Al and the pioneer DQ Ambassador in Africa.
Through her social enterprise RAVE Et Al (RAVE); her YouTube program “What We Wish Our Parents Knew” (#WWWOPK); her books – A Naija Parents Guide To Having The Talk: Sex & More” & “A Naija Parents Guide To Having The Talk: Drugs & Substance Abuse” and her blog http://www.parentinvestment.com, Charity continues to impact the lives of thousands of children, teens and emerging adults and provide invaluable tips for parents and “parent figures”, as they parent in this digital age.
Charity who is passionate about seeing Nigeria become more of a society where success is driven by values, is married and has two amazing young adults who have equipped her with the much-needed practical experience for this wonderful journey of parenting.