Having studied at the African Institute of Management, Fatimata Diop Kane joined the world of work very early. Being born and having evolved into an entrepreneurial family. Encouraged by her family, at age 19, Fatimata Diop Kane launched her clothing brand called “Vip Design” which specializes in the production of quantity of ready-to-wear outfits and the making of tradi-modern outfits. To improve, Fatimata Diop Kane decided to integrate the African Institute of Management to acquire skills and aptitudes that will allow her to better manage her business.
Her goal is to promote Senegalese designers and encourage her contemporaries to consume locally, which earned her a ready-to-wear boutique two years later, which she set up with her own resources and financial means. Today the goal of Fatimata Diop Kane is to fight against unemployment and attract investors in its box. At the same time, Fatimata Diop Kane is passionate about journalism and communication. When she was 17, she joined the media world and recorded for the first time a radio show “Soxna fm” in the company of a columnist, and the following year she gave her lycée’s press release. On the TFM before presenting a documentary on ” Early sexuality among young people ” with Thieussing Films. In 2016, she made a video chronicle on “The death penalty in Senegal” and sparked heated controversy among his contemporaries. Spotted by the audiovisual production company “Marodi Tv”, Fatimata Diop Kane provided a show where she had the role of defending youth.