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With a team of highly qualified consultants, Ogunte CIC delivers a suite of customised products and services tailored to the challenges and business needs of the professionals working in the women social entrepreneurs’ ecosystem.

Ogunte offers development opportunities through coaching, system design & prototyping experiences, as well as technical assistance to women social entrepreneurs and organisations who aspire to have a positive impact on women and girls.

TypePrivate
Founded2001
HQGreater London, GB
Websiteogunte.com

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Employees (est.) (Sept 2020)2
Revenue (FY, 2016)£42.7 K(+12%)
Cybersecurity ratingAMore

Key People/Management at Ogunte

Servane Mouazan

Servane Mouazan

CEO
Catherine Horsfield

Catherine Horsfield

Chief Connector
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Ogunte Office Locations

Ogunte has offices in Greater London and London
Greater London, GB (HQ)
30 Parkhurst Rd
London, GB
30 Parkhurst Rd, Tottenham
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Ogunte Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2001
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Ogunte Revenue

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Ogunte's revenue was reported to be £42.70 k in FY, 2016
GBP

Revenue (FY, 2016)

42.7k

Gross profit (FY, 2016)

35.9k

Gross profit margin (FY, 2016), %

84.1%

Net income (FY, 2016)

11.1k

EBIT (FY, 2016)

13.8k

Cash (31-Dec-2018)

16.7k
GBPFY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Revenue

29.1k38.4k42.7k

Cost of goods sold

7.1k2.8k6.8k

Gross profit

22.1k35.6k35.9k

Gross profit Margin, %

76%93%84%
GBPFY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2018

Cash

10.1k17.6k22.6k16.7k

Accounts Receivable

12.0702.01.0k

Current Assets

10.1k18.3k23.6k16.7k
GBPFY, 2014

Financial Leverage

1.2 x
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Ogunte Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

A

98/100

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Ogunte Online and Social Media Presence

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Ogunte Blogs

PART 3: How the social impact ecosystem can join forces and make a difference – COVID19

How the social impact ecosystem – social businesses, impact investors, philanthropists – can join forces to fill the gaps and make a difference on the frontline. In previous articles (parts 1 and 2), we talked to Ajaita Shah, CEO of Frontier Markets, to understand the interconnectedness of issues th…

Part 2 – How a social enterprise created a rapid connected response to COVID-19 in rural India

How a social enterprise created a rapid connected response to COVID-19 in rural India. This is part 2 of a 3 parts series on how social enterprise Frontier Markets organised support interventions to remote places in rural India, in the times of COVID19 pandemic, and how they brought the ecosystem to…

Part 1 – The complexity of women’s lives in India’s rural areas – COVID-19

The core interconnected challenges that rural India, and especially women, are facing in a pandemic. This is part 1 of a 3 parts series with Ajaita Shah on how her social enterprise Frontier Markets organised support interventions to remote places in rural India, in the times of the COVID19 pandemic…

Questions to Rethink Your Organisation After Covid-19

A few weeks into the confinement period now and I have been privileged to support organisations, leaders and staff members, through one-to-one coaching and strategic conversations. It’s been a cathartic experience to be able to provide a space that sets the conditions for healing, that encourages pe…

How to respond to coronavirus impact if in post-accelerator phase

Are you at post accelerator stage or have you just closed a round in the last 6 months? Are you feeling overwhelmed or getting ready to brace the storm? We are running through some practical decisions and also the best ways to keep your investors aligned and with you, in this chaotic time. In this […

Planning and Decision-Making Tools in Unpredictable Times

In the past two weeks, we have been holding individual and group check-ins for #ImpactWomen – women who lead social enterprises, Bcorps, activist groups, community businesses – to build “islands of sanity“. The reason why some of us are not always dealing well with uncertainty is because of: Mixed m…
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Ogunte Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Ogunte founded?

    Ogunte was founded in 2001.

  • Who are Ogunte key executives?

    Ogunte's key executives are Servane Mouazan and Catherine Horsfield.

  • How many employees does Ogunte have?

    Ogunte has 2 employees.

  • What is Ogunte revenue?

    Latest Ogunte annual revenue is £42.7 k.

  • What is Ogunte revenue per employee?

    Latest Ogunte revenue per employee is £21.3 k.

  • Who are Ogunte competitors?

    Competitors of Ogunte include TiER1 Performance Solutions, 4YOU2 and The TYF Group.

  • Where is Ogunte headquarters?

    Ogunte headquarters is located at 30 Parkhurst Rd, Greater London.

  • Where are Ogunte offices?

    Ogunte has offices in Greater London and London.

  • How many offices does Ogunte have?

    Ogunte has 2 offices.