Phindile owns a carwash and Tshisanyama networking business that is frequented by the who’s who in Cellebville.
She had to close the doors of her booming business during the lockdown and this has affected her cash flow resulting in job losses.
She says this has forced her to come up with a new way of doing business by starting a virtual network where people can network in the comfort and safety of their own homes.
“Though Covid-19 has dealt us a heavy blow it has forced us to come out of our comfort zones and think creatively.
The launch of our online networking initiative will not only be viable during this period but will be useful even after the pandemic,” says Phindile
She adds that she hopes the virtual networking initiative will open new opportunities for many people.
The virtual networking initiative dubbed Coffee With Phindile will be launched on July 30.
Businesses will be allowed to sell their goods and services on the platform.
Phindile continues to develop entrepreneurs whilst her focus is to see a strong chain of successful businesswomen all over Africa.