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Africa’s foremost Workbooth Magazine debuts October 1st



The Workbooth Magazine, (TWB) a web-based magazine is set to debut on October 1, 2019. The digital magazine targeted at professionals globally is published with the objective of inspiring, informing and advocating issues that affect workers within the Africa Continent.

It has contents curated from over 50 successful Africa professionals including Jimi Tewe, Lanre Olusola, Tomini Oni, Funke Amobi, Jane Ergerton, Adeolu Akinyemi, Korede Asuni, Frank Banda, Niyi Adesanya, Tunde Usidame, Bayo Adekanmbi. Emmanuel Michael, Ogechi Adeola, Harry Akinola, Babatunde Afolabi and Tayo Bamiduro.


Speaking on the launch, TWB Editor, Tunde-Success Osideko, says, “Professionals are sure to derive value from reading and digesting the content as part of their professional development plan while organizations will find useful data and insights that can help to improve employee experience and ultimately business performance.”

Adding that “The publication is aimed at providing access to homegrown data on Africa workplaces, promoting best practice sharing among African organisations, controlling the Africa narrative by Africa and most importantly promoting visibility of homegrown innovations.’’


Tunde-Success Osideko, is an alumnus of IMD Switzerland, Harvard Business School Executive Education, Anglian Ruskin University, United Kingdom, Gordon Institute of Business Science, South Africa and University of Ibadan, Nigeria.


The magazine explores themes around the workplace dissecting the different issues on the front burner of employee welfare and includes sections such as Expert’s view, Professional Diaries, C- Suite Mentoring, HR Clinic, Personal Finance Column and Short Stories.

About WorkPlace Magazine

The WorkBooth Magazine is a digital magazine focused on workplace issues and innovation within the African context. Our mission is to become a tool for visibility, innovation and advocacy on all matters that affect the employees in the workplace. We want to do this through the three pillars of inform, inspire and advocate.

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