For 10 years now, Blantyre-based Mabvuto Chibwana has been eking out a living out of his panel beating and spray painting business.
But Chibwana did not become a panel beater and spray painter by accident. His friend used to run a garage where he would go after school to help out in different ways.
Carpentry and joinery is a good business to venture into for carpenters who can manage to build the trust of their customers.
Thirty-five-year-old Jack Lackson has been earning his living through carpentry and joinery since 1996 and believes that customer satisfaction is the basis for the success of any business.
One lesson that Blantyre-based entrepreneur Ali Paseli has learned is that business owners should closely monitor their businesses to ensure that everything is under control. This is why Paseli visits his business units every time.
Born in 1968, Paseli took over his parents’ business in 1988. His parents sold seeds, which he would supply across the country.