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She started a business at 15, worked as a brand ambassador and launched her own marketing consultancy... but serial entrepreneur Chikumo Fiseko’s only just getting started

Zambian-born serial entrepreneur and Newtownabbey resident Chikumo Fiseko has just launched a marketing consultancy, and it all began with a batch of muffins she baked and sold at school

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Chikumo Kiseko. Picture: Colm O'Reilly

Chikumo Kiseko. Picture: Colm O'Reilly

Chikumo Fiseko launched her first business at the age of 15, built a strong background in food development, has won multiple awards, been a brand ambassador and has now launched a marketing consultancy.

Chikumo Fiseko launched her first business at the age of 15, built a strong background in food development, has won multiple awards, been a brand ambassador and has now launched a marketing consultancy.

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Chikumo Kiseko. Picture: Colm O'Reilly

It started with a batch of muffins, created to pay for a teenage cinema trip, but serial entrepreneur Chikumo Fiseko has packed more into her 27 years than most people do in a lifetime.

She launched her first business at the age of 15, built a strong background in food development, has won multiple awards, been a brand ambassador for Henderson, tackled mental health and racial issues on her blog and has now launched a marketing consultancy.

The Zambian-born businesswoman’s dream was to travel the world with her west Belfast boyfriend Sean while running her businesses from her laptop, but the pandemic upended those plans, leaving Chikumo stuck at home in Newtownabbey while Sean works in Morocco.


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