Third Culture Africans Podcast

Third Culture Africans is a lifestyle podcast for dreamers, thinkers and doers. We celebrate artistry, share stories from those brave enough to create something and succeed, listen to diverse perspectives on African Success and those shifting the needle on culture.

We love sharing stories the stories of the people that have shaped our culture and capture the ‘real moments’ that inspire, ignite revolutionary ideas and motivate your desire to create, make a difference and generously share with others.

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Inspiring, motivating, and full of wonder, discover how those who succeed, ‘do it’. A podcast by African Third culture kids for the culture. 

Hear what drives each of our dynamic guests to overcome obstacles and hear stories of their accomplishments. The podcast releases weekly with engaging content, influential entrepreneurs, creators, artists and well-respected guests. Simply put, it offers conversations with people who are overcoming their own personal challenges while navigating and achieving success.

Reaching over 3 Million people and growing on average 50% month on month.

Third Culture Africans podcast is fast becoming the destination for Africans and Africans in Diaspora.


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ABOUT THE HOST

Zeze Oriaikhi-Sao is the host of Third Culture Africans. She is an entrepreneur, beauty and cosmetics industry expert, luxury brand consultant, influential speaker, guest lecturer, podcast host and freelance columnist with a focus on innovation, sustainability, and leadership in luxury goods, and start-up industries. She is also the Founder and Managing Director of Malée – Africa’s 1st global luxury fragrance and body care brand. 

WHY THIRD CULTURE AFRICANS THE PODCAST?

We love sharing stories the stories of the people that have shaped our culture globally. Curating these flies on the wall stories from Africa’s finest, we capture the ‘real moments’ with the intention that they inspire, ignite revolutionary ideas and motivate each listeners desire to create, make a difference and generously share with others.

OUR LISTENERS

Our listeners are 82% Female and 18% Male.

Aged 25 -44 Years Old.

They hold senior level positions within a company.

They are C-Suite Executives and successful entrepreneurs.


OUR AFRICAN ENTREPRENEUR SUCCESS STORIES – SOME EPISODES


Listen to Efe Edmund Olotu’s entrepreneurial journey, and the importance of learning, pivoting, and solving problems come to the forefront.

INVEST IN WHAT YOU CARE ABOUT


“Being able to look at data, look at new information, and change your mind is extremely important”

EDMUND’S THEORY: Gaps always remain opportunities to the right people.

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Arese Ugwu is the founder of Smart Money Africa, a personal finance platform targeting millennial Africans, with a mission to educate all Africans about financial literacy.

HOW TO MAKE YOUR MONEY WORK FOR YOU


“Financial independence is, I’m in control of my resources”

ARESE’S THEORY: It is great to have a plan but be ready to navigate the terrain as nimbly as possible.

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Fisayo Longe is the Founder and Creative Director of KAI, an affordable womenswear clothing brand with luxury aesthetics.

HOW BEING AUTHENTIC LEADS TO REAL SUCCESS


“Vulnerability isn’t weakness”

FISAYO’S THEORY: Creating a personal brand is the best way to connect with people.

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PODCAST GUEST OPPORTUNITIES

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