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Join us for our final CDI Creative Exchange of 2017 to hear from two speakers about responding to the seasonal changes in demand, some tips and tricks from their experience, and how the power of your story could be a secret weapon for success.

2017-12-07
When: 7 December 2017
4:30 - 6 pm
Where: 75 Harrington
75 Harrington Street
Cape Town
South Africa
Contact: Joanne Sandler


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Tamburai Chirume, Managing Director and Co-Founder, ONEOFEACH

Tamburai Chirume is the Managing Director and Co-founder of ONEOFEACH, a mother and daughter African Luxury Brand that focuses on luxury leather handbags designed in Cape Town, available to the world. ONEOFEACH has gained recognition within the international space supplying 15 outlets worldwide including the British Museum and George Washington Textile Museum. Tamburai comes from a fiduciary and asset management background having worked for one of South Africa’s largest banks. She is also an IVLP alumni, a programme run by the US Embassy for selected pioneering entrepreneurs and professionals to represent their country in the United States of America. Tamburai serves as a board member for WECBOF - Western Cape Business Opportunities Forum as well as a non-profit organisation Amandla Development, which works to empower South African youth with equal access to quality education opportunities.

Zikhona Tefu, founder and owner, O’live Handmade Soaps

Zikhona is a wife, mother of three, a self-taught soap-maker and product formulator who started making soap in batches of five bars each in 2011. Her aim was to make soap that was made from 100% natural ingredients for her family, and in particular for her daughter who seemed to react from commercial skincare products.

What started as a hobby out of a family kitchen gradually grew as demand for her products increased. She formally started the business, with her husband, Sipho Tefu, in 2013, making and selling handmade soaps, lotions, and other skincare products. In September 2016, the business moved out of their home kitchen into their current studio/factory premises in Woodstock, and currently supplies over 30 stores nation-wide. Zikhona’s business literally grew out of the passion to create an all-natural range of skincare product, using local-sourced ingredients and indigenous essential oils mostly from the Cape Floral Kingdom (fynbos).

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