Everything you need to know about Paul Onwuanibe of Lion’s Den program

Paul Onwuanibe is the Group Chief Executive Officer and founder of The Landmark Group and he is one of the billionaires in lion’s den African magic business program.

He began his career in the ‘built environment’ with a formal education in Architecture, Property Development and Construction Management, together with a London Business School MBA merit in “Value Engineering”.

Paul has over 25 years of professional experience of design and execution of projects in Africa, USA and Europe. He served as Development Director with Beacon Housing, in the UK. Paul was the Executive with responsibility for the Property and Logistics team of Regus Plc during its rapid expansion years, which oversaw the opening of 190 business centers globally.

He has expert knowledge of commercial property and workplace management and led Landmark’s expansion into America, Europe and Africa, has raised in excess of $100m of funding for Landmark and grown the company to achieve a PWC endorsed book valuation in excess of $300M.

Paul is an African business leader, with a deep and passionate interest in real estate in Africa driven by his goal to create the first pan African real estate and service organisation themed on his live, work and play philosophy. Landmark Lagos was endorsed by the BBC, Euromoney and African Property Investment Summit as the most visited business, leisure and lifestyle destination on the West African coastline.

He sits on the Board of several institutions in Europe, America and Africa including MTN’s subsidiary Fintech Yellow Digital, Cancer Care Federation for West Africa, Lakeshore Medical Centre, Brookstone Properties, Kimberly Ryan, Carbon Micro Finance Bank & Stanmore Real Estate and has significant charitable interests in Health and Education as well as mentors a young leadership group operating in 3 continents.

Paul is focused on adding value to the region through imaginative world class mixed use developments and the creation of job opportunities in several African cities for the youth.

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