Oluwatoyinbo Launches DreamSpace for Creative Knowledge-driven Skills

Oluwatoyinbo (in yellow) addressing guests at the launch of DreamSpace

The Chief Executive Officer of DreamStream Resources Company Ltd, Damilola Oluwatoyinbo, has unveiled DreamSpace, to foster creativity and knowledge-driven skills for all, especially the Nigerian youths.

At the launch of this project, “DreamSpace,” which offers consultant solutions for organisations and individuals, the CEO encouraged the youths to invest in themselves as knowledge cannot be taken away.

According to Oluwatoyinbo, the need for DreamSpace is extremely relevant “Because we are at a desperate time in the country.  There is a whole lot of confusion. And when there is confusion what you need is creativity.”

While reminding Nigerians of creation from the beginning, Oluwatoyinbo described creativity as a tool for transformation. “Creativity means in the middle of the chaos, what can we do? What can we harness to make a difference?”

And to stand out at this torrid time, the CEO insisted that social media is a reflection of creativity, “It is just media that has gone social”.

In his resolve to nurture more creative minds and solution-oriented services, DreamSpace came to light. It is a centre for coaching, consulting, content creation, collaboration, and creative solutions for organisational challenges, particularly in the area of leadership, creative marketing, creative coaching and executive coaching.

To further help organisations exude excellence, DreamSpace has designed staff training and hoards a studio for recording music and more. 

“There are so many Nigerians that are desperate and out of school. With the ongoing ASUU strike, students have been at home for a long time. 

“With a space like this, we can serve corporate communities, as they pay us handsome money, and we can pass knowledge to students,” says the solution expert. 

The CEO who doubles as the Lead Pastor of KINGS (Kingdom Influencers in Nations, Generations and Systems), recalled his little beginning in 2016 after he returned to Nigeria.

He narrated: “What most young people want is quick wealth. They want to look like what they are not. When I began to become profitable, I invested in myself. I invested in products, training, coaches and mentors.”

Hence, he harped on the significance of investing in knowledge, creativity and self-development skills to keep them relevant in this time. 

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