Style Means Business with Ravishing Glory Omoregie – CEO Homecraft
This month of September Style Means Business featured the energetic CEO of Homecraft Interiors and Projects.
Glory Egheosa Omoregie Glory Omoregie is one of the foremost interior designer in the city of Ibadan. She started interior design business as an undergraduate, a 100 level student at Ambrose Alli University in 2002 as a self trained designer.
She is Experienced and uniquely talented. She works as the creative director, Principal project Manager at Homecraft Interiors and projects which she jointly own with her sister Ruth Omoregie.
The Company Delivers Turnkey projects, Conceives and executes interior designs and projects finishing for Hotels, private and public offices, Restaurants and Homes. They Help with company’s Image Branding in the area of colour choice and general outlook, General and Strategic consulting for residential and commercial interiors. She has a Bsc in Economics from Ambrose Alli University and Certification in Entrepreneurial management from the prestigious Lagos business School now Pan Atlantic University.
She has lived in Ibadan For 30 years and contributed in her own way to her community. She
is a strong believer in Made in Nigeria and encourages investments in Nigeria. She mentors young business start ups and speaks at young people’s events to motivate them to an early start.
She has affiliations with various enterprises bodies both international and locally. She is boisterous, energetic, positive and exhumes confidence to face the world.
She is a go getter who stops at nothing to achieve her dreams and that is evident in how she started her business from a handbag business to what it is today. The company has worked for notable individual and corporate bodies.
She is intelligent and very smart and believe that every young person can achieve their dreams with passion, hard work, persistence and above all great belief in God and his purpose for their lives.
Her mantra is ‘To Live, To Learn and To Leave a Legacy’.