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Mpumi Mazibuko and her sister are the entrepreneurs behind Leather Zulu, a company specialising in custom-made, high-quality leather bags and lifestyle accessories.
Leather Zulu also repairs and restores handbags.
The big break Mazibuko needs
Leather Zulu is in ICU.
To get out; it needs:
More foot-and-finger traffic and coaching in the development and implementation of a marketing strategy.
Help in fixing Leather Zulu’s accounting records which got scrambled when it changed service providers.
Someone independent to help review Leather Zulu’s pricing.
- A business coach or mentor with lean manufacturing, import/export and retail planning/merchandising experience.
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