- Simz Ngema took a more positive outlook on the coronavirus and tried to find the positives
- Starting her new clothing line, Simz faced a few difficulties but did her best to turn them into opportunities
- Simz urges everyone to unapologetically follow their passions and pursue their dreams fearlessly
Simz Ngema got real about how the coronavirus has affected her and her new business venture.
The coronavirus has had a negative impact on a lot of businesses and people’s lives in general.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Simz started a new business venture, a clothing line which she named Eternal Crush.
Taking to social media, Simz felt she needed to share her process and struggles in hopes of inspiring and motivating others.
Simz shared that her love for passion inspired her to start her own clothing line. Being an independent female, Simz also wanted another stream of income to created financial stability for herself.
“I have a clothing brand that I have been working on it's called Eternal Crush, and what inspired me to start the line is my love for fashion and seeking financial stability in my life.”
Investing in herself and her own passions is something that Simz feels strongly about and would like to motivate others to do.
Starting a business venture is scary but you have to believe in yourself. Simz wants people to know that the worst that can happen when asking for help or advice is getting rejected, and that’s perfectly OK too.
The global coronavirus pandemic has left Simz's new business in a bit of a limbo as she was unable to source products from her Chinese suppliers. However, despite the struggles, Simz remained focused and found a local supplier that was able to keep the ball rolling.
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