About Our Company

Our Afrocentric Boutique Shop was established in 2017 with the purpose of selling Handmade Unique Limited edition of  Africa print Accessories , Jewelry , Home decor and contemporary Afro fusion Fashion in Greenwich - London . Founded by Lucy Isaiah and inspired by a combination Contemporary Africa Print and western  fashion in local high street trends, Luhoc Enterprise has a large selection of retail items at a fair price. Customers come to us for our impressive selection of accessories, Home decor, jewelries, Clothe, Gift item  and more.

At Luhoc Enterprise, we provide customers with chic fashion items that are sure to add a bit of flair to your wardrobe. Stop by and take a look at our seasonal  collection.

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Luhoc Work Place Studio and Show Room

WHO WE ARE

MEET THE CEO OF LUHOC ENTERPRISE

Lucy Isaiah is an Accessories Designer, Entrepreneur, Speaker, Community Leader and Women Mentor, Business Consultant. She Empower Women with the tools and mind set to start up their own businesses and an  aspiring entrepreneur and designer with credible experts to  dominate to Female Entrepreneur platform through their skills, talent and ideas. She received UNA Award for Community and inclusion services (UNA 2017) Greenwich Volunteering Award 2018,   Winner of Keolis Amey Award 2019 for Community Champion, Nominated as Woolwich influential Women in 2018, received IRMM Award 2019 as Influential Role Modern and Mentor,  received Royal Borough of Greenwich Civic 2019 for Voluntary role and in 2019 She received The Lioness Women Award for Outstanding Leadership

Following her  success in setting up her business and mentoring other Black Female Entrepreneur, She was shortlisted for interview with BBC Apprentice 2020 A TV program for entrepreneurs organised by Lord Alan Sugar.

Lucy has been featured in various local and international press and media, the latest one being an interview feature 3 UK based Africa Female Entrepreneur and the impact of COVID19 on their business and their income . 

Her core values are: Equal opportunity, Female Empowerment and Community development 

Believing that everyone is born with a talent and inner Skills which needs a platform or opportunity to make it to a full potent. 

Lucy Stated her journey as Entrepreneur at age 8 selling Peanut on the street of Kaduna - Nigeria, has National Diploma Business Administration, Diploma Cloths Making & accessories Designer, Health eating Cookery Tutor, Specialist support Teaching and Learning, Toy Liberian

As mother of three young children she is passionate about education, community health & safety, community development and Women Empowerment.

She volunteered in various organisations for the past 14 years in Royal Greenwich at Brookhill Children's Centre as Parent Forum co-ordinator advocating for parents' voice, Woolwich Common Tenant and Resident Association as the Chair where she represented the Estate helping to get much needed services at the doorstep of the residents.

She is a local business woman and a fashion designer and run free community sewing classes in Woolwich and Thamesmead, benefiting over 30 young people and 50 women.  Lucy founded Second Tots - Skill my Voice,  this organisation offers free training to women and young people to empower and skill them.  As the Founder - Black Female Entrepreneur Greenwich to support black females who are in business to move to the next level of their business or to turn their ideas into businesses and also run a community boutique in Woolwich that enables black females to sell their products.

Lucy role as a community leader, School Governor , community health champion, Member Committee of Woolwich Carnival, Chair of Nigeria Community (Greenwich), a member of the safer neighbourhood team to represent the voice of the community.

She is inspired by Madam CJ Walker and Maya  Angelo