Boss Babe: Young Entrepreneur Owns 7 Companies, Exciting Plans for Expansion

Boss Babe: Young Entrepreneur Owns 7 Companies, Exciting Plans for Expansion

- An impressive young woman is the new owner of seven beauty companies across Mzansi

- The young entrepreneur just opened her latest office in Sandton and there are plans to expand the business even further

- Mzansi social media took to the comments section, sharing congratulatory messages with the young hustler

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Our boss queens are definitely shutting the internet down with their power moves. Nozipho Zulu is a young beauty entrepreneur whose recent success has meant the fruition of seven successful companies.

The boss babe served some serious heat in these stunning black and white snaps just shared on Twitter.

"My new offices are ready. 144 Katherine Street Sandton. Now the real work begins. Currently holding 7 companies! I am going to add more as we go along. Wish me luck," she captioned the inspiring post.

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Boss Babe: Young Entrepreneur Owns 7 Companies, Exciting Plans for Expansion
Nozipho Zulu is serving some serious hustler goals. Images: @nozipho_zulu_/Twitter
Source: Twitter

The beauty mogul definitely didn't start out with much but has turned her life around with some hard work and self-belief. If her Twitter snaps are anything to go by, the determined young woman has definitely built a luxurious life for herself.

Encouraged South Africans took to the comments section to gush at the incredible young woman and some tried their hand at landing a job.

Check out some of the comments below:

@Ayalisah1 said:

"Can I have an email address for job application? I have experience."

@ThickLeeyonce:

"Yes queen."

@moshibudi_ said:

"My goal."

@Nkomos12:

"It used to be the offices of Foward Zone back in the days, congratulations on getting the that space."

@njabulo_lunga said:

"So pleased to see you accomplishing great stuff. All the best for a brighter future!"

@CharlzBX:

"Congrats... soon we'll be meeting in young entrepreneurs' meetings. Keep it up!"

@StephenTatenda had some thoughtful advice for the lady:

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"I hope that you do not become too diverse in your holdings. I know it is good to spread risk but have also noticed many entrepreneurs spread themselves too thin across vastly different sectors. All the best in your endeavours."

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In some other business news, Briefly News reported that social media entrepreneur Steven Bartlett is set to bring a new, younger viewership to popular BBC show Dragons' Den. At just 28 years old, he's the show's youngest-ever judge.

The show sees people pitch their innovative business ideas to more experienced entrepreneurs in exchange for advice and a share in their companies.

BBC made the official announcement on Thursday, much to the satisfaction of Barlett's 1.2 million social media followers. Over the past 15 years, the business titans of Dragons' Den have sealed 276 deals with 1 000 entrepreneurs worth £22 million.

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The show's traditionally been marketed to an older generation of business moguls, but with Bartlett's addition, it's clear the channel is learning to take young businesspeople far more seriously.

Steven Barlett is the incredibly accomplished co-founder and former CEO of listed social media firm Social Chain. He started the company, which now has a market value of around £300million, from his parent's house at just 22.

The author and podcaster has also been featured in Forbes 30 under 30 and won accolades at the Black British Business Awards and the Great British Entrepreneur Awards.

Getting just a little sentimental, Barlett told the BBC he's been watching Dragons' Den since he was just 12 years old and that he hopes to inspire others.

"I hope to give a new generation of entrepreneurs, inspiring young and specifically under-represented entrepreneurs to follow in my footsteps," he ended.

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