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‘Tomiwa Abiodun Ogunremi (born March 29th, 1975) is the founder and Chief Consultant of the Giant Bull Consulting, Giant Bull Realty, President, Tomiwa Ogunremi International Consulting, President, Terrace Shadai Millionaire Executive Services and Vice Chairman, Mark-Ever Logistics Ltd

He's a real estate consultant and also a prolific, passionate and gifted writer, Social Media Marketer and Content Marketer. He has been able to write over 500 articles on his weblog www.tomiwaogunremi.com and other print and social media platforms, Author of Fifteen (15) books (Published and Unpublished), a sought after Thought Leader, Motivational Speaker, Life Coach, Blogger, Convener of Generation Next Leaders Bootcamp and Entrepreneur.

He has personally influenced, mentored and trained thousands of people worldwide through the above mentioned mediums, teaching life and success principles, leadership, entrepreneurship, talent discovery and development.

Though a graduate of Estate Management, Tomiwa’s career as a real estate consultant started from his teen age, when he used to help his father, who owns properties with tenants, issued rent receipts and write rent demand letter as well as Quit notices. However, his professional career started in 1995, with Messrs Alagbe & Partners, (Estate Surveyor and Valuers), Ibadan, when he was undergoing three (3) months Industrial Training, where he performed very well and became the toast of the senior staffs.

His One (1) year Industrial Training 1996, was with Messrs E.K. Oyeniyi & Co., (Estate Surveyor and Valuers), Ibadan. Because of his willingness to learn the profession and painstaking attitude towards his work, immediately after his graduation from College in 1999, before being called up for National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), he was immediately employed by the same company. During NYSC, he was posted to Abia State Ministry of Land, Lands Department, Umuahia, where he was adjudged the best “Corper” in his department and was offered employment, which he refused and decided to come back home to Ibadan to start a life.