That’s how many hours you have in a day.
And if you’ve been thinking about starting your own business, you might probably feel like the time is not enough.
You’ve got a business plan to write, an idea to test, capital or funds to source in order to finance your idea and another multitude of other tasks that come with starting a business.
But what if I told you building a successful business is all about asking the right questions from the right people?
Successful entrepreneurs know that the fastest way to build a thriving business is by asking the right questions from other entrepreneurs who’ve already done so.
But asking the right questions remains tricky.
Meet Tania Habimana – Rwandan-born & South Africa-based fashion entrepreneur. Tania is a young female tailor and aspiring entrepreneur who travels across Africa making suits for established businesspeople. She uses this opportunity as a way to interview, gain tips and advice from these African entrepreneurs who have made it both in and out of Africa. She then puts her newly acquired knowledge and tips into practice into growing her own suit business on the African continent.
In this first episode of her new show “Tailored Business”, Tania speaks to a chief coffee drinker, entrepreneur and venture capitalist Yock Zucchi, who started 7 businesses of which 6 of them failed within 9 months. She also speaks to a business consultant Kojo Parris.
Watch episode 1 of Tailored Business TV below and find out what Tania has learned from these outstanding African entrepreneurs.
Comment Below: What advice and tips have you received from an African entrepreneur that helped you build a better business?