Komati Foods wins 2019 Nedbank Business Ignite
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield announced the 2019 Nedbank Business Ignite with CapeTalk winner on Tuesday.
Komati Foods wins a tailor-made incubation package with growth-experts Kaello Business Hub. The prize includes a tailored and intensive intensive 12-month incubation programme from Kaello Business Hub to the value of R100 000, including an on-air and digital booking to the value of R200 000 with CapeTalk.
About Komati Foods
Komati Foods, located in trendy Observatory in Cape Town has earned its reputation as the destination store for the freshest and highest quality nuts and dried fruits among its loyal customers.
Komati Foods' business challenge was centred around managing its rapid growth.
Managing growth. It is great that our products are in demand but with growth comes challenges with resources, growth and expertise.Leanne Sabbath, owner – Komati Foods
About Nedbank Business Ignite
Nedbank Business Ignite aims to empower entrepreneurs to carve out new markets and sustainable industries towards boosting the South African economy in new and innovative ways.
Watch the announcement of the Nedbank Business Ignite winner below:
Fuel your entrepreneurial aspirations, visit Nedbank Business Ignite.
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