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Meet Julian Osula, King of Nigerian Luxury

In a world where success stories are told to the young ones to motivate them and inspire them, Julian Osula’s story will definitely be high on the list for many reasons. Anyone who’s familiar with the business landscape in Nigeria knows it’s not the easiest to meander through, yet Mr. Osula has not only managed to be successful, he has created a niche, daring through terrible days and working hard to be where he is today.

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Julian Osamede Osula, was born in Nkalagu in Enugu state in 1966. He, however, hails from Benin City and is a Prince of the Osula Royal family. He had his basic education in Benin, before moving to the UK for his secondary education. The young Julian returned to Benin in 1984 where he bagged an LLB in Law from the University of Benin and like other law graduates, went on the Nigeria Law School and finished in 1989. He started off his career the same year and worked the defunct First City Merchant Bank and the Alpha Merchant Bank.

Meet Julian Osula, King of Nigerian Luxury

However, in 1991, he became an entrepreneur, starting his own company called Manla Enterprises. Manla Enterprises was into printing and supplies of gift items. He serviced clients such as Elf Petroleum, Texaco, INEC, Access Bank and the Nigerian Presidency to mention but a few. In 2004, he got a contract to supply warships spare parts to the Nigerian Navy.

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Julian’s foray into entrepreneurship didn’t end there. He has always being a lover of luxury and this translated to the two other companies he created in 2011 and 2013 respectively. Stiple Gate, the first was born in 2011 and dealt with sales of solely luxury watches. 2013 brought about Julian’s Luxury, which explored more into luxury goods from exclusive timepieces and jewelery to accessories and writing instruments. Both companies have over time symbolized elegance, quality, and reliability and have gone on to service the luxurious needs of Nigerians with high taste. His work as a man of high taste has made luxury brands such as Richard Mille and Chopard amongst others pick him as their Nigerian agent, serving to their Nigerian clientèle.

Meet Julian Osula, King of Nigerian Luxury

One thing has always stood out for Julian Osula in all his ventures – his drive for success. It could be deduced as what has seen him through all of it. He is a man strong-willed in spirit and persistent to say but the least. He also understands the intricacies of his business and the other businesses he has invested in. It is no surprise his story is absolutely inspirational to everyone who hears of it. Today, he is the unrivaled king of Nigerian luxury meeting the needs of the high and mighty in society and driving innovation in his business.

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His Instagram page, sitting pretty at almost 40,000 followers says all you need to know about him: ‘purveyor of fine luxury’. In a world where social media is no longer an optional marketing need to consider, but rather a necessity, Mr. Osula has managed to key into this and capture the attention of people, young and old with eye-catching images of luxury watches and cars, keeping in mind that change is absolutely inevitable

Mr. Osula is married to Oghogho, the Managing Director of Coronation Trustees, a subsidiary of Coronation Bank. They’re happily married with three children – Ephraim-Julian, Edmond and Elliot. He is a true illustration of success stories, making giant strides in business and adapting for the ever-changing market.

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