Share a little about your entrepreneurial journey. And do you come from an entrepreneurial background?
Honestly, launching StitchedByInga and Lathitha Hair Studio has been a dream come true. Growing StitchedByInga to what it is now, has been both challenging and rewarding. I’ve experienced some big wins and some lows, but I have both the determination and drive to keep going. I’m committed to seeing StitchedByInga reach greater heights, and through the good and not so good times, I’m committed. Lathitha Hair Studio is still a baby, so it’s going to need a lot of work and effort to grow, but I’m ready, along with my business partners – we were born ready!
What are your future plans and aspirations for your company?
The plan is to eventually open branches in all South African provinces, both for StitchedByInga and Lathitha.
What gives you the most satisfaction being an entrepreneur?
Seeing clients happy, there’s no feeling like that.
What’s the biggest piece of advice you can give to other women looking to start-up?
Keep going, failures and mistakes don’t mean your business is failing, it means you’re learning how not to do it. Keep learning and keep growing. Be open to criticism also, it can only make you a better person.
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