An ambitious young serial entrepreneur, Alexander Amosu turned his interest in technology into a commercial success story. He now heads a business at the forefront of mobile entertainment and has appeared on the Nigerian version of BBC's Dragons Den. In demand as a keynote speaker for conferences and corporate events, Alexander inspires others to follow in his path and shares key insights into business and entrepreneurship.
Alexander Amosu, is stylish and slick, a serial young entrepreneur who turned his interest in technology and the mobile phone industry into a commercial success story. Alexander has an interesting story to tell and is in demand as a keynote speaker for conferences and corporate events.
Alexander Amosu started business at the age of 12 earning £10 per week doing a paper round. At 16, Alexander promoted basketball tournaments, five-a-side football, table tennis and club nights in his spare time. Alexander promoted and managed over 25 club nights, widening his experience and strengthening his business acumen.
At the age of 19, Alexander wrote a business plan which was reviewed by the Prince’s Trust. The Trust didn’t delay in awarding him a grant to start his new business venture for a cleaning company that he oversaw and ran for three years whilst continuing his studies. He became a millionaire at the age of 25 in his first year of entering the ringtones’ arena when he launched RnB Ringtones.
Alexander’s passion for technology, entrepreneurial skills and determination has resulted in his company becoming the UK’s No.1 provider of ringtones and graphics.
The Company’s runaway success story attracted much media frenzy. Such is the interest that he has appeared on several TV shows including GMTV, Channel 4’s Flash documentary, an interview on Ruby Wax’s daytime programme and BBC2 Documentary Mind of a Millionaire. He has been ranked number 98 in the UK’s most powerful British business people in technology & telecoms by The Telegraph and featured in the Sunday Times ‘Top 40 under 40’ in the UK with the likes of lastminute.com's Brent Hoberman and Mark Gallagher.
Alex’s serial success and high ambitions have led him to be a highly sought-after speaker, with many wanting to hear his secrets of success.
Alexander’s ambition seems endless having appeared on the Nigerian version of BBC's Dragons Den, a DJ career, TV presenting and delivering Inspirational speeches around the world.
His current business includes Amosu Luxury Mobile Phones, Mobscasino – a mobile gaming company, Mind of an Entrepreneur, Screen Nation Awards, Mobsvideo - the world’s first free mobile video portal, and a property portfolio worth over £6 million. Wanting to establish himself in Africa, her has launched his first business in Nigeria, Naijacities – the fastest growing business directory.
He has been featured on a 3-part special on CNN documentary, African Voices, a series which documents the entrepreneur’s life.
As the creator of the world’s most expensive suit, Alex fiercely promotes luxury and opulence, Alexander’s brand epitomises his success. Alex has many charity commitments alongside his businesses, so would make an excellent keynote speaker for blue chip clients, businesses, schools and charities.
His speaking topics include:
- How to create a successful business
- The luxury mobile phone industry
- Business in Africa
- How to be a serial entrepreneur