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Aminata Becanty Coulibaly

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About Aminata

Aminata is a 22-year-old Ivorian entrepreneur who is currently pursuing a degree in marketing and management. She has a passion for equality and ensuring women in rural areas are financially independent by helping them build thriving sustainable businesses. Aminata is a visionary leader that has clear and smart objectives she wants to achieve.

Transition into Entrepreneurship 

From an early age, Aminata has been keen on improving her community. With a background in marketing and management, she transitioned into entrepreneurship while studying at university. She founded her business L’Africaine to encourage people to buy locally-produced beauty products. 

Business Profile

Aminata founded L’Africaine in 2021. L’Africaine is an online shop that sells locally-produced skin and hair products. The products are created by women in rural communities and then refined and sold on the company’s website. Aminata hopes that L’Africaine will be a point of reference for other businesses who choose to promote and sell locally crafted goods. 

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