Cock and Shoot mobile bar service passionate about all kinds of events

Entrepreneur Jerry Shabangu is the CEO and co-founder of Cock and Shoot, a mobile bar service.

Shabangu explains that Cock and Shoot specialises in full end to end mobile bar management services and caters for all types of events from big outdoor festivals to small year-end functions.

We supply mobile bars to event organisers, private clients, corporates and anyone that needs a bar at an event.

Jerry Shabangu, founder and MD of Cock and Shoot

Services include bar equipment hire, full cash bar service, supplying of liquor, trained bar staff and waitrons, bartender training and sourcing of a liquor license.

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He says that his passionate team sets Cock and Shoot apart from any other mobile bar services.

Every single person has been screened and trained, and they are all passionate about what they do.

Jerry Shabangu, founder and MD of Cock and Shoot

Shabangu says he and his business partner Andries Makgato decided to specialise in cocktails and have since evolved.

Cock and Shoot owns 80% of its equipment, employs three permanent staff and hires 75 people on an ad hoc basis.

The annual turnover for the business is R2 million and the company continues to be profitable in all seasons, Shabangu explains.

The Mamelodi-born entrepreneur reflected on the entrepreneurial journey that led him to where he is today.

Take a listen to his story:

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