Nigerian Chef Hilda Baci was among the top dignitaries who showed up at the 2023 UBA Africa Conversations event in Lagos.
The conversations which was held at the Tony Elumelu Amphitheater at the UBA House on Wednesday, May 24th, 2023, saw the gathering of top management staff and business leaders, led by the Group Chairman, UBA Group, Tony Elumelu; the Group Managing Director, Oliver Alawuba, and other key players in the economic, financial and business landscape in Africa.
One of the videos sighted on Hilda Baci’s page, captured moment she graciously stormed the event, met the Billionaire Tony Elumelu. The two exchanged warm pleasantries.
This edition of the UBA Conversation was made up of an all-female panel who are certified professionals from various fields. They include the Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer, UBA Africa, Abiola Bawuah; President, Transnational Corporation (Transcorp) Plc, Owen Omogiafo; award-winning and trendsetting Foodpreneur/Chef, Hilda Baci; Renowned Fashion Designer, Banke Lawson-Kuku and Business & Technology Executive; Folusho Gbadamosi.
At the event, Hilda Baci, who is still reeling from the accolades that accompanied her efforts to break the Guinness World Record, after cooking for over 100 hours a few weeks ago, emphasised the importance of sustainability, discipline and reading in business, as she advised young Africans to be focused and empower themselves through the Art of reading.
She said, “As a young entrepreneur, even if you do not have money to take a business course, you can read. If you want to survive in the business world, it is important to arm yourself with information and learn, as this will keep you going especially in a world that is constantly changing.”
Captioning her video, Hilda Baci wrote;
“I was delighted to have spoken alongside these inspiring women that are breaking bariers in their different industries.
Thank you to @ubagroup for putting this together; it was an absolute honor to be here. #HildaBaci #Women #ubaconversations”
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