There’s so much information out there that promises the key to franchising success. So much that it can feel a bit overwhelming and you’re probably wondering where to start. If you’ve clicked on this event, chances are you’ve asked yourself ‘how do I become a successful franchisee?’ And across the world, from young entrepreneurs to experienced businesspeople, it’s a question that’s on many of our lips.
We’ve reached out to Bathabile Moreki who will be giving us expert advice and practical tips covering every aspect of franchising success – from getting started to growing your business to moving on to a new challenge.
Bathabile Moreki is born and bred in the rural homelands of Free State, Qwaqwa. Raised from a household with one income stream which led her to further studies through NSFAS. Moreki is a passionate youth serial Entrepreneur with more than six (6) years running her own multi-Franchised QRS which uses high technology for daily operations. In 2015 Bathabile launched her own brand, Township Economic Transformation in Franchise Eco-System which offer mentorship and business support to township based businesses.
The model is designed to help township based businesses different industries manufacturing FMCG, arts and craft as well as services to help them grow, become sustainable and profitable. The mentorship provide business support through access market, access funding and capacity building. Moreki uses her experience and skills gained through formal education, corporate work and running her businesses.
Bathabile has proven track record of securing over 7.8million funding her own without assistant of any consulting firms for to start her franchised businesses ad employs over 42 team members mainly youth. She project managed the set-up of all the establishments from the plan, construction and reconciling the funds to the last cent spent. She has successfully helped many entrepreneurs to access funding from government and private financial institutions, different trainings that she hosts in partnerships with corporates such as Tushiyah Business Advisory, Business and Arts South Africa, Proudly SA, Nedbank, ABSA, Startup Grind, Standard Bank, Gauteng Enterprise Propeller etc and access to market through different initiatives include referrals to corporate clients – Arts Bank in partnership with Standard Bank, Momentum, hosting different markets to name but a few.
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