“LET YOUR AM­BI­TIONS LEAD YOU”

AN IN­SIGHT INTO MANNETE BRAND

Empowered Youth Magazine - - INSPIRING YOUTH -

Young am­bi­tious Zane Mocheudi is a proud owner of the Mannete brand, which is cur­rently trend­ing in Lim­popo.

YOU HAVE RE­CENTLY LAUNCHED A BRAND, WHAT GAVE YOU THE COURAGE TO START ON THAT AND HOW WAS IT LIKE WHEN START­ING?

Well I love em­pow­er­ing the youth and would love to see most of them suc­ceed. The hunger for suc­cess en­cour­aged me and how I used to pro­mote artists and events with the Mannete nnete turned out to what peo­ple love and most asked me to make shirts for them. I fi­nally de­cided to make the First 50 and they were all fin­ished within a day.

WHAT ARE THE CHALLANGES THAT YOU NOR­MALLY FACE AND HOW DO YOU CONQUER?

The very first one is that most peo­ple ex­pect free clothes from Mannete nnete be­cause they know me, Some­times fact that am still a stu­dent I some­times strug­gle to balance both but you know what they say education first! And the rest are just small wa­ters.

TELL US WHAT IT MEANS AND WHY THAT SPE­CIFIC NAME?

Motho wa Mannete nnete, It sim­ply mean The real per­son-Dilo tsa yea mannete nnete-Real things, I chose the name Motho wa Mannete nnete so that it de­scribes the type of a per­son that you are when you walk­ing on the streets, when u went out, work, church, school or else­where, This is the brand that speaks for you, Boosts your self-con­fi­dence and es­teem

WHAT MAKES A GOOD YOUNG BUSI­NESS­MAN?

Know what you want and make it a tar­get un­til you get it. Pos­i­tiv­ity, Faith, Pa­tience, Com­mu­ni­ca­tion are the most im­por­tant keys to be a good busi­ness man. Work hard, work smart, make sac­ri­fices, be pro­fes­sional, and man­age your time well. Build an em­pire and be­ing the mas­ter of your own des­tiny that will make you u are Good young busi­ness man.

FEA­TURE PLANS FOR THE BRAND?

Gen­er­ally quite a lot as the brand grows con­stantly and all plans may be a sur­prise. Young am­bi­tious Zane Mocheudi is a proud owner of the Mannete brand, which is cur­rently trend­ing in Lim­popo. YOU HAVE RE­CENTLY LAUNCHED A BRAND, WHAT GAVE YOU THE COURAGE TO START ON THAT AND HOW WAS IT LIKE WHEN START­ING? Well I love em­pow­er­ing the youth and would love to see most of them suc­ceed. The hunger for suc­cess en­cour­aged me and how I used to pro­mote artists and events with the Mannete nnete turned out to what peo­ple love and most

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