Adeshina is the CEO/Co-founder for One Kiosk Africa; an online retail platform leveraging technology to connect small and medium scale retailers, supermarkets and farmers to customers. One Kiosk leverages its channels to bridge the access to market gap as well as access to finance gaps associated to small retail businesses in Nigeria and hopefully Africa. Adeshina holds a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Bowen University and post graduate diploma in Entrepreneurship from the Lagos Business School. He is driven by his commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 2030 especially as it relates to SDG 1, 8 and 9. As a seasoned entrepreneur who understands that capacity development must meet with funding gap that exists in Africa, he serves as a Partner with Aptive Capital; a US based $1million portfolio Fund Company committed to supporting entrepreneurs in capacity development and funding across Africa with 7 portfolio companies receiving funding in 2020. He has shown high level of commitment in driving positive change, promoting sustainable development goals and capacity development through various programs in Nigeria, Africa and the Globe. He is a member of the Nigerian Institute of Management, Institute of Management Consultants and several other associations. He actively participates voluntarily in facilitating courses on innovation and creativity for fresh graduates in partnership with the Knowledge Exchange Center (a Nigerian Nonprofit Organization) focus on bridging the knowledge gap of fresh graduates and creating job opportunities for all. He is also a mentor with the Tony Elumelu Foundation where he supports various emerging entrepreneurs across Africa. Adeshina started his career in 2011 as an intern at Abel Aiyedogbon and Co, where he served as an audit assistant and shortly upon graduation took up other appointments with Stanbic IBTC Asset Management, Stanbic IBTC Bank, Pioneer COO of Proville and now CEO/Cofounder of One Kiosk Africa. Adeshina has engaged on various local and international platforms among which include but not limited to the International Finance Corporation (IFC) 100 African Startup Initiative, Tony Elumelu Foundation, 1,000 African Startups by France government 2020 and GITEX 2020 Startups to represent Nigeria in Dubai organized by the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA). Adeshina’s outlook for the future is to see Africa leading and setting the pace for other continents to follow. He strongly believes the future starts from today.