Biography of Noble Igwe (Ceo 360nobs) – Net Worth, Age & Early Life
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on May 25, 2019
Biography of Noble Igwe (Ceo 360nobs) – Net Worth, Age & Early Life
Noble Igwe Biography – Net Worth, Age & Early Life Of The Founder And Owner Of 360nobs Group
Born Noble Chibuzor Igwe better known as Noble Igwe but preferred to be called “Nobs” by his friends , is a Nigerian blogger, and the founder and Chief Executive Officer of 360nobs Group which is one of the biggest website in Nigeria today.
Noble Igwe is one of Nigeria’s most popular and successful blogger. The fashionista started his hustle from the scratch and made it to the top of his career. The handsome man was born on the 10th of February in Aba, Abia State and have been very active as a blogger since 2009 and owns a lot of corporate organisations.
Early Life And Education
The successful Nigerian blogger was born and raised in Abia State where his parents resides. He is native of Umuomaku in Orumba South Local Government Area of Anambra State. He schooled in Abia at the National High School Aba; St Augustine’s Anglican Seminary Nbawsi; Federal Government College Okigwe. After his primary and secondary school education, he attended University of Nigeria, Nsukka where he graduate from the department of Urban & Regional Planning. He also has a Certificate in Entrepreneurship Management which he acquired from Pan Africa University. He’s also founded sites like stylevitae.com.
In 2009, Igwe launched his own company, 360Nobs Limited. In April 2010, he launched the website – 360nobs along with co-founders Oye Akideinde and Abimbola Soares. Noble Igwe turned his hobbie into a business, just like Linda Ikeji, Bella Naija and other successful bloggers in the country right now. He is that man that loves invents , he kept blogging even when he had a paid employment. He kept managing and juggling his job alongside event promotion and production with the hope that he will make it big some day .
At some point, he worked as the Events and Sponsorship Coordinator for Virgin Nigeria. He finally left Virgin Nigeria in the year 2008, he joined an advertising company, 141World Wide, He later worked briefly as Public Relations Officer for Mo Hits. After leaving Mo Hits, he worked with M.I., and from there to Banky W.
In year 2009, he launched his pwn company 360Nobs Limited.
The successful blogger and entrepreneur tied the knot with Chioma Otisi on June 11, 2016. She is the brand manager who has always been spotted together .
Noble IgweNet Worth
On July 2013, Whoot Africahad a brief chat with Nobel Igwe, CEO, The 360Nobs Group, read the chat after the cut.
Can you tell us a little about yourself and 360 Nobs Group as a brand?
My name is Noble Chibuzor Igwe; my good friends call me “Nobs”. I’m from Umuomaku in Orumba South Local government of Anambra State but was born and brought up in Aba, Abia State. I’m a graduate of Urban & Regional Planning from University of Nigeria, Nsukka with Certificate in Entrepreneurship Management from the prestigious Pan Africa University.
It’s a bit difficult talking about me but a few things stand out – I can’t have my bath with cold water, I don’t drink hot tea and I never miss an opportunity to speak Igbo.
The 360 Group is the company that I work for and they deal in diverse businesses. The 360Nobs Group comprises of 360Nobs Limited, owners of 360nobs.com, 360PR, 360Management, 360Productions, SLU…shh, and 360 Delivery Limited.
While 360Nobs Limited is mainly involved with entertainment and related businesses, 360 Delivery is a logistics company dealing in pick and delivery. However, by the end of the year The 360 Café, the 360 on TV and the 360Life Foundation will be launched by the 360 Group.
How did you get started in Business and what did it take for you to get to where 360 Nobs Group is today?
I’m one of those people for whom their hobbies translated into a business at the end of the day.
I’ve always loved events and while in paid employment I was flirting with event promotion and production on the side. Working as the Events and Sponsorship Coordinator for then; Virgin Nigeria, I was in contact with a lot of Nigerian celebrities and somehow the business relationship became a bit more personal and after I left Virgin, I started working as PR Officer for Mo Hits and then from Mo Hits to working with M.I. and from working with MI.. to working with Banky W.
What were you doing before 360 Nobs Group kicked off?
I started my working career as a Fine Arts teacher in Gombe High School, Gombe during my service year then moved to Lagos in 2005 to work as a Call Centre Advisor for Virgin Nigeria and later moved to the Marketing department.
I left Virgin Nigeria in 2008 to join advertising powerhouse 141Worldwide and that was where I stopped my 9-5 career to start this round-the-clock career.
Looking back, I would say I had an interesting career with and the places that I worked helped shaped that me into this me.
Did you know you were going to be an Entrepreneur all along or did it happen by chance?
I knew someday, I was going to work for myself but I didn’t know the right time but I knew that the type of money and lifestyle that I wanted to have wasn’t going to come from a 9-5.
My dad is a big time entrepreneur and I knew I was definitely going to become one. I’m my father’s son.
What keeps you and the 360 Nobs Group team motivated?
We created a brand that we all love and we spend most of our time promoting and protecting it.
We constantly make every member of the team think-live- breathe 360Nobs. For me, knowing that I have a lot of people looking up to me, I do everything possible to make sure that we provide them with the resources to take care of themselves and their families.
What do you think are the most important personal skills someone must have to be successful in business?
While I wouldn’t sit back and claim the status of a successful businessman, I think you need consistency and determination to forge forward.
Nothing good comes easy!
How do you envision 360 Nobs Group in 5-10years from now?
We have a plan to become a global brand out of Africa and we hope to achieve that in less than 10 years, God willing.
What are the obstacles you encountered in your business journey and how did you overcome them?
Every business encounters challenges from staffing issues to government policies but there’s one thing I live by, “Put your worries in the hands of God & go home to play Ludo”.
There’s no business or personal problems bigger than God.
How would you describe your leadership style?
I lead by being a follower and the Chief Marketing Officer. My colleagues all refer to me as “Nobs” and I listen to them on every issue relating to work and my personal life.
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