The amazing Lioness Lean In Breakfast SnappSales #WomensMonth value drive competition giveaway continued on Thursday 18th August at the Standard Bank Business Incubator in Johannesburg, and to a rapturous reception. Karen Wessels, co-founder of SnappSales and the inspiration behind the giveaway to celebrate National Women’s Month in South Africa, was once again on hand at the event to announce the giveaway.
The prize was an amazing business support package, valued at R100,000 from SnappSales, which includes a free website design, a social media refresher, 50 free email accounts, 12 months free hosting, free cloud-based CRM, free cloud-based storage 20Gb, cloud-based InfusionSoft alternative, and 3 x 1 hour business coaching sessions. Everyone agreed at the event, this was a potential game-changing prize for any young woman-owned business venture.
The Johannesburg winner of the competition was announced as Nik Muffins, the social enterprise founded by two energetic and passionate young entrepreneurs, Tinyiko Mareane and Boitumelo Mogoai, baking to make a difference.
On hearing the news that they had won this fantastic prize, the founders of Nik Muffins had this to say:
Thank you so much!! We have believed faithfully that our dreams are worth every struggle, this is a stepping stone that will put us well in place to share the purpose of our business. We've been operating a little over 2 years now and we still trying to get our brand out there, winning this package will totally help us fully Own Our Future!
The Lioness Lean In Breakfast SnappSales #WomensMonth value drive competition asks women business owners at each Lioness Lean In Breakfast event to tweet the reason why they should be the winner of this amazing prize and the impact it will have on their business. Karen and business partner Albert are adjudicating the competitions.
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Nik Muffins is a Social Enterprise which sells muffins and customised cupcakes and cakes. We also use a portion of our profits to assist a group of girls in Soweto by teaching them life skills, giving them access to mentorship, and providing them with useful information they are unable to access. Read our startup story of Nik Muffins below:
Tinyiko Mareane and Boitumelo Mogoai - The startup story of a South African social enterprise uplifting the lives of young girls by creating a business that bakes for change
Recognising a need in society to help young girls to learn essential life skills and get access to inspirational mentors, was the catalyst for two South African entrepreneurs to create their social enterprise, Nik Muffins , to make a difference.