Renny Adejuwon

Renny Adejuwon is an experienced professional who provides childcare business consultancy and training services. She was born in the port city of Lagos, but subsequently moved to London to pursue a higher education. Since then, she has earned certification in childhood studies, psychology, child psychology and QTLS. Deeply passionate about family, Renny has worked with hundreds of parents over the years. A genuine desire to connect with her clients is what makes Renny stand out. She has the innate ability to understand a child or parent’s needs because she doesn’t just watch, she becomes actively involved. Renny develops important insight into the child’s world; using a child’s imagination to create the perfect space and environment for them. She gains parental trust by working in partnership with them, helping them become more confident in their guardianship roles. This ensures a better quality of family life and an atmosphere where parent and child relationships thrive. She is the co-founder of Eden Mobile Creche, which specialises in various and extensive Professional Childcare Services. It is her goal to support individuals, companies and organisations in improving their child care services and staff training. Her techniques are innovative, hands-on, and focused on individual needs. She motivates others with her positive enthusiasm and regularly achieves a higher level of success. Because of her dedication and outstanding performance with the company, Renny was a nominee for the Wise Women-Woman in Business Award and The National Diversity Entrepreneurial of Excellence Award for Gender. Renny is the author of Parents R Us: 100 Parenting Tricks For The 21st Century, co-founder of UK-based companies, D&D Boy’s Shoes–a division of Eden Mobile Creche, and OMDG. As a former member of the Innovate Her Group, Renny was hosted by The Women’s Business Centre as a special guest on BlogTalkRadio to discuss Building Better Businesses. When not working or participating in educational ventures, Renny enjoys a relaxing massage, reading motivational books, watching romantic comedies, travelling and swimming

Developing Creativity in Children

Children are creative beings naturally because they like to explore. They are developing and learning to find out who they are and the environment they live in. Children are creative in words, what they make, how they see things and engage within their environment. Through their curiosity, children will create, …

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Inspire Your Child To Read Books

Getting children to read books in this age of technology, games and touch screen tablets can be difficult but achievable. Children need to read books for one, because of the school environment and secondly, it because creates a world of imagination, exploration, creativity, and where almost anything can happen. Inspiring …

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Technology & Children, Good, Bad or Ugly‏

Technology is the most important concept of our time. Children are being encouraged, from as young as primary school age, to learn how to write apps software and codes for computers. According to, tablet is the most common form of technology device children play games on, placing it at …

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