Grace Ofure, a Nigerian businesswoman, has had a successful career transition from selling “Okrika” (used clothing) to becoming a successful real estate entrepreneur. Her journey began when she met a friend who was a frequent customer of her “Okrika” business. This friend, who had experience in the real estate industry, introduced her to the field and mentored her as she gained knowledge and experience.
With her newfound understanding of the industry, Ofure launched her own real estate company in 2018, the LifeCard Company. The company has since been recognized and awarded both nationally and within African organizations for its innovative approach to real estate development and management.
One of the notable achievements of the LifeCard Company is the establishment of LifeCard University in 2019, an online university that provides first-hand knowledge of the real estate industry to upcoming business-oriented individuals.
The university is highly recognized nationally and has helped many individuals gain the necessary skills to succeed in the real estate industry.
Overall, Grace’s story is a testament to the fact that with hard work, determination, and the support of others, anyone can achieve their dreams.
From selling “Okrika” on the streets to becoming a business mogul in the real estate world, Grace’s journey is an inspiration to us all.
The LifeCard University founded by Grace is not only a great way to learn about the real estate industry but also a proof of her dedication to helping others succeed.
The scaling from okrika to a business mogul in the real estate world with an online university is a remarkable achievement.
Source: The Guardian