Photos: Polish CEO Marek Zmyslowski finds love in Nigeria

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We all know Marek Zmyslowski on this blog, the young and very ambitious media-tech entrepreneur from Poland who came to Nigeria, co-founded and managed Jumia Travel, and was very much controversial in his approach in disrupting the aforementioned industries. He is now the CEO of HotelOga, a company that helps hotels get more bookings with a simple software tool.

Well, Zmyslowski hasn’t been exclusively focused only on work. He made time for and found love. On this Valentine’s day, Genevieve Magazine unveils a stunning editorial of Marek and his woman, Kehinde Smith, a beauty entrepreneur. The shoot is well styled and Smith looks like she should be in New York right now for fashion week strutting on the runway.

Congrats to Marek and great work by Betty Irabor and her team at Genevieve Magazine.

Head on to Genevieve for the full scoop.

Credits
Location – @renikeja
Photographed by @tope_horpload
Styling- @hyperfashun
Make-up – @iamdodos_style
Hair- @myextensionz_ng
Style Correspondent – @annetteodimegwu
Wardrobe- @ejiroamostafiri @rhobesofficialand #ENNZO

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