Segun Olaye built Ayoola Foods “to process indigenous high quality food products that meet national and international standards, both in production and packaging methods, for the satisfaction of our highly esteemed customers in the diaspora”. Tekedia Institute has written a case study on this company. Tekedia Institute Fellow, Oluwatobi Bamidele, researched this firm and drafted the piece; I finalized the case. Our goal is to bring empirical learning in our program through cases biased for African- and Africa-operating entities.
Case available at the Institute – https://school.tekedia.com/
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