A Multifaceted Hub for Female Creatives entrepreneurs and professionals in different seasons of their journeys or pursuit looking to connect with other like minded creatives through



About us

“Step out of your virtual world and join us for deeper connections, lasting friendships and practical education with creatives just like you”

The Collective

A Multifaceted Hub for Female Creatives entrepreneurs and professionals in different seasons of their journeys or pursuit looking to connect with other like minded creatives through.

An online platform aimed at inspiring, motivating and empowering those ambitious and driven creatives who just need a little bit of encouragement to get out of their own way and go after those aspirations that keep them up late at night as well as celebrating those who have made the decision by starting their creative business or decided to pursue those personal/ career aspirations seriously.

A series of events, and workshops in an environment that truly fosters connections, is value packed, purposeful and leaves you empowered, inspired and motivated to take action whilst having fun, enjoying killer cocktails, food, popup shops, photo booths, gift bags and so much more in a carefully curated environment.

The Lagos Collective Members Hub; aimed at ensuring that you have the right systems in place in an environment you are guaranteed to flourish in; from focused Private Membership forums, accountability programs, an online directory, Dialogue dinners, and retreats that are aimed at challenging your way of thinking, taking you out of your comfort zone and bringing forth new relationships, ideas and projects.



out of a desire to connect
with and cultivate a community with other like minded female Creatives,The idea for The Lagos Collective came to me shortly after I had just had my son and was planning out my strategy for re-launching
my businesses and running them to my full potential following a year long break. I remember back then thinking it would be a good idea if there was a place I could go to connect with other passionate Creatives just
like me with whom I could exciting, meaningful and enriching conversations about our businesses and careers, the topics we are passionate about, where we could go to get help and also learn from each other whilst having fun at the same time doing this in a carefully curated environment. Less than an hour later, I had purchased and secured my domain name on the relevant social media platforms.


Despite doing so,

I still had this nagging feeling like “who was I to do this?” thinking I had to first of all establish myself and be successful with my businesses before I could then go on to launch The Lagos Collective. I am a special kind introvert, so it was easy for me to come up with a million and one reasons why I couldn’t do this; I had little or no social media following, hated the idea of putting myself and my art “out there” and simply felt I had to first of all  “be or appear to be successful” before I could actually start my own Davos.


After sitting on this idea for the better part of the year, I finally decided get out my own way, focus on what I wanted to achieve, my purpose and take the plunge in the third week of October and here we are today.

Less …….. weeks later we launching The Lagos Collective and hosted the workshop


In 2017,

I intend to return with renewed enthusiasm in my quest to build The Lagos Collective Brand. I invite you to join me on this journey of creating and fostering opportunities for deeper connections, lasting friendships, supportive alliances and creative insights with other like minds who want to change the status quo and stand out from the crowd in a refreshingly authentic way.



Arinola Sagoe