FeW, Africa’s most renowned model scouting and development company expands and redefines its direction of
operation to give modelling opportunities to all women with its new inclusion of the curved body size models on its
management board and the expansion of its scouting tour locations to now more than 10 African countries.
Our new business direction GOING AFRICA is a replacement of its 2 years successful execution model search – FeW’s
Next Face Africa. Going Africa is created to give hope with no competitiveness amongst already deserving women.
The goal is to discover, impact and generate wealth for women irrespective of their statistics or nationality.FeW Models
expands to scout for every woman across Africa
Since its inception in 2014, FeW has received distinguishing recognition for its discovery of diverse and unique
modelling talents and their placements in top international model management companies. Its operating strategy has
also provided the agency with a unique advantage that allows a wide spectrum of collaborations across several
international model management partners all over the world.
That is why the expansion and cancellation of the FeW’s Next Face competition opens a platform for a wider range of
opportunities within the modelling industry for African women.FeW Models expands to scout for every woman across Africa
Bolajo Fawehinmi, the founder and CEO of FeW statement
At the launch of the agency’s new organisational direction, Bolajo Fawehinmi, the founder and CEO of FeW, during her
speech, stated that
“FeW is a company with a management capacity set at 50 talents yearly by choice and by our 2019 policy to keep and
create a tailored management style for each managed talent. If we have the capacity (our wealth) of 50 while creating a
platform to find 1, why not create a platform to have the 50 compete for a capacity that we can already give”In addition,
she gave a brief account of the achievement of FeW.
“2021 ends our time at an amazing platform that has given us numerous names such as Eniola Abioro who at 2016
competition was discovered and began her international appearance in 2018 with an income less than 20,000 nairas, to a
wealth generation valued since 2018 till date at over 1m dollars.
“Daberechi Kalu was our winner in 2016 with a wealth valued at not less than 300 thousand dollars. Dotain Yeshitela,
our 2018 winner, was a girl who was a fresh graduate from high school and who depended on her parents for pocket
money now with wealth valued at not less than 300 thousand dollars. We gave a platform to young talents to dream and
generate their wealth, it’s time to expand that reach, to give the platform to EVERY WOMAN in the right deserving bracket”.
Going Africa For Every Woman hopes to become an avenue to take modelling to all women.
By Victoria E.I