The year 2018 has been a great year as some women have gone into the business sector, unlike previous years. It’s an established fact that women are taking a risk in business; empowering, supporting the economy as well as creating jobs for the unemployed.They have paved way for other women to be great entrepreneurs.

Here is a catalogue of women entrepreneurs to watch out for in 2019.

Immaculate Ewuresi Larbi – A Ghanaian fashion designer, creative Director, C E O and founder of Lifestyle Harmattan fashion house. Her label specializes in ready to wear clothing’s, her works show the strength of the African culture and the freedom to be simple but yet elegant.

Watch out for some of her clothing, like the pillowcase, dresses with embellished pockets and jacket. She is making waves in the fashion industry as well as helping young entrepreneurs gain their fashion confidence.

Stephanie Obi – CEO of ST HUB Limited, Stephanie is mostly referred to as the Queen of online courses. Her online business school Steph B-school helps women Entrepreneurs create, lunch and sell online courses as well as get customers online.

She has also got recognition as one of the 100 most inspiring women in Nigeria. Through her website, she has reached over 82, 000 people in 9 countries.

Ezlyn Olivia Barends– South African born entrepreneur, Founding Director DreamGirls Academy. DreamGirls Academy is a program that seeks to unite female university students, professionals, entrepreneurs and community leaders to support disadvantaged teen girls to complete high school and move further with studies. Over 650 teen girls and young women have graduated from the program.

Ezlyn Barends is a highly organized, ambitious, and dynamic entrepreneur, she has been Acknowledged as an effective change leader and commitment to quality and mentoring of young talent

Vanessa Gyan– A Ghanaian based TV/radio personality with degrees in TV/radio communications, public relations, & journalism. Founder and CEO of The Post Pregnancy Boujie Express, the initiative was launched to uplift women on the journey of motherhood. The Post Pregnancy deals with uplifting women during and after pregnancy. It’s all about the woman fully taking control of her life while learning how to balance motherhood, family life, career, and self-care.

Tyra Lynne Banks– Tyra is a black American television personality, producer, businesswoman, actress, author, a former model, and occasional singer. CEO Bankable Productions. Bankable Production an independent TV and Production Company. She has brought recognition to herself by venturing in different enterprises and empowering other women to be go getters.

We are certain that there are a lot more awesome women entrepreneurs to watch out for in 2019. We will obviously be on the lookout for them.