About Anthony Ogunbowale-Thomas

A creative media entrepreneur with a love for brands, tech and the welfare of people.

From a young age Anthony was an avid drawer which led him to come up with invention ideas ranging from Automotive security to GPS technology. In 2010 he was elected President of Kingston Entrepreneurs Society at Kingston University London, where he led a talented team onto win Society of The Year, Kingston University Enterprise Champions. Anthony also brokered Kingston Entrepreneurs first international inter university business plan competition with the university of Toronto, University of Beijing, Sao Paolo and Berkley University making Kingston the only UK university represented. Within the same year he led a team towards the soft launch of a film initiative ‘The Film Hive’ at the BFI which aimed to bridge the gap between film students across UK universities as well as with the industry.

Growing in knowledge and confidence Anthony started Good-fruit, a social community connecting emerging Christian leaders between 18-30. Subsequently he was nominated as a ‘Future 100 Leader’ a publication showcasing Britain’s 100 Most Outstanding Black Students in association with Barclays Capital, Deloitte and McKinsey & Co, from which he was invited to the House of Lords to receive his award.

Steadily developing Good-fruit, Anthony is working on a new publication ‘Emerging Students’ a modern, engaging and beautifully put together publication aimed to redefine university culture in the UK. It is said to produce reportage on university culture mixed with real global affairs trends and culture

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