The candidates who’ve been placed in the Construction Input Incubation Programme have been greatly impacted thus far, and are about to proceed to following phase – technical training. One of the entrepreneurs, Tebogo Thatedi has a few sentiments to share. Get to know our entrepreneur, Tebogo, and his company.
Tebogo Thatedi, an entrepreneur from Mohlakeng in Randfontein, founded the company Keadinolo Projects. Keadinolo Projects is an SME established in 2011 that focuses on carpentry and renovations. The enterprise has had clients such as Plaza Board Centre, as and Finish & Klaar Construction from his community.
Inspired by the difference his dad created in their household and the community, Tebogo started his company to create an impact in his community. Tebogo started off working for a shop fitting company which lightly exposed him to the contsruction industry.His exposure in the industry, enabled him to start Keadinolo Projects and to touch lives in his own way. Tebogo’s drive is based on the opportunity to create jobs for the needy and unemployed as well as the ability to provide for his family. The incubatee hopes to impact not only his community, but also surrounding areas of Gauteng. Tebogo applied to be an incubatee at the Construction Input Incubator to learn more about the construction industry aand manufacturing construction products, sepcifically wooden products. Tebogo hopes that the Construction Input Incubation Programme assists him in becoming a better businessman.
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