- Well-known local businessman Theo Baloyi recently headed online to celebrate opening a whopping eight stores in only three months
- In the inspirational post, he also celebrates the fact that 40 jobs were created in the process
- Many proud South Africans could not wait to congratulate him heartily in the comment section and ask for business tips
A local businessman and owner of a very successful sneakers brand, Theo Baloyi, recently headed to LinkedIn to share a heartwarmingly inspirational post about how he managed to open eight new retail stores in the space of only three months.
"Dreams don’t work unless you do. A great start of Q1 - Fy21/22, opened 8 stores in 3 months and created 40 new jobs. Brand new week. Brand new hustle. 'Walk Your Journey'. Bathu Shoes (Pty) Ltd," he captioned a snap of himself.
Many of his LinkedIn connections loved the super motivational post and reacted to it nearly 2k times. Many of them also headed to the comment section where they congratulated him heartily and thanked him for inspiring them:
Avumile Mcunu said:
"I am inspired by you. Now you need to strengthen the core of your business... Get feet in shoes and keep feet in shoes - profitably. What keeps people coming back to a brand they believe in? What keeps people buying your shoes?"
Simon Davidson said:
"Well done Theo! Keep on making the positive change you are making in South Africa."
Briefly News previously reported that Theo Baloyi of Bathu Sneakers is truly an inspiration. Taking to Twitter, the young man once again celebrated a huge milestone for his bustling business - purchasing a brand new truck, making him the owner of three big trucks.
In the heartwarming post, Baloyi also expresses delight at the fact that the truck does not only mean his business is expanding but also that the new truck will be a source of employment for two more South Africans.
"As Grace keeps flowing, our mission to create sustainable jobs keeps growing. Yesterday we welcomed our third delivery truck."
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Source: Briefly News