Anne-Marie Amadi-Emina

Anne-Marie Amadi-Emina

Creative sector Analyst

Bio

Anne-Marie is the Creative Industries Analyst at Stears Business. She holds a First Class degree in Business Administration, with experience in management consulting and the creative industry. She is passionate about all things fashion in Africa.

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Will digital fashion labs change the way we shop?

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14 OCT 2021

Will digital fashion labs change the way we shop?

In search of sustainable style, tech moves to boost fashion.

Unpacking the freemium strategy for African businesses

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05 OCT 2021

Unpacking the freemium strategy for African businesses

The impact of slashed premium prices in Africa.

Battle for Benin Bronzes: Should Nigeria fight for their return?

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21 SEP 2021

Battle for Benin Bronzes: Should Nigeria fight for their return?

The pros and cons of returning Edo’s priced artefacts.

The business of creating music: From the eyes of a Nigerian artist

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16 SEP 2021

The business of creating music: From the eyes of a Nigerian artist

Unravelling the business of music in Nigeria.

The startup pivot: Payporte's story

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25 AUG 2021

The startup pivot: Payporte's story

The when, why and how to pivot a startup business

Can open sky policies improve intra-African air travel?

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05 AUG 2021

Can open sky policies improve intra-African air travel?

Challenges and solutions for intra-Africa air travel.

Nigeria’s gamblers are many, but are they protected?

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19 JUL 2021

Nigeria’s gamblers are many, but are they protected?

A consumer growth and regulatory assessment of Nigeria's gambling industry.

Post-lockdown: How Nigerian hotels are staging a comeback

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07 JUL 2021

Post-lockdown: How Nigerian hotels are staging a comeback

What the road to recovery looks like for hotels in Nigeria.

Why Nigeria’s fashion workers are booked, busy but underpaid

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23 JUN 2021

Why Nigeria’s fashion workers are booked, busy but underpaid

Into the world of Nigeria’s overworked and underpaid fashion workers.