Portia M scoops the Pick n Pay 2018 Small Supplier of the Year award
Portia Mngomezulu, founder of Portia M Skin Solutions has won the Pick n Pay’s 2018 Small Supplier of the Year award.
Mngomezulu has been acknowledged by the retail giant for her business’ exceptional growth, performance and job creation.
Speaking to CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies, Mgomezulu says she left her job at a multinational company as a systems engineer to start her own business.
Her products use marula fruit extract to produce skin care products.
When you have a dream that you have to outlive for generations you can't stay put, you have to go out there and make it happen.Portia Mngomezulu
We manufacture skin care products using ancient marula oil, which is a generational family secret.Portia Mngomezulu
Portia M Skin Solutions has twelve product limes and they are in over 432 Pick n Pay stores across the country.
She is planning to take the product throughout Africa and eventually infiltrate the global market.
To hear the rest of the conversation with Portia Mngomezulu, listen below:
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