- A business owner took to social media to share an inspirational story of how he started his company 3 years ago
- He revealed that he started his company without any funding or investors
- Peeps loved his story and shared their reactions in the comments section, with some asking for advice
Twitter user Ndhavezitha Mhinga, @Mhingedg, took to social media to flex the success of his company which took three years to open its doors without any funding or investors.
It took a lot of hard work but Ndhavezitha was able to do it and from the looks of it he will be in business for a long time still to come.
He posted some snaps of his business and it looks very professional.
"No funding, no investors, it took us 3 years to get where we are, day 3 of the business running, many more years to come❤️"
Social media users loved the post and shared their reactions:
"Thank you for inspiring us.I am interested in owning a bakery and I'm currently in the knowledge gathering phase. Would you mind being my go-to person if I have questions? Thanks."
"I wish u all the best Mr. your place look neat & clean,inomtsalani(attractive). this is what I do to people like you."
"You guys are an inspiration to many who dream, and keep dreaming..."
"May you stick together as you have done during trying times..."
"May you have all the success."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Bathabile Mokomane is a bright young boy with an even brighter future. The youngster recently started up his own company with the hopes of both helping his community and the rest of South Africa.
In an exclusive interview with Briefly.co.za, Bathabile's mom, Yulanda Mokomane explains how the idea to start a bottled water business came to her nine-year-old ambitious and determined young mind.
"He came up with the idea during the lockdown when we did not have water for 2 days. He told me Mommy I think I found my business and it will help the whole world because we can not leave without water. "
She then explains how she helped him save every bit of money he got for the December holidays and other monies that were meant to keep him entertained while the country experienced a nationwide lockdown.
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