Carpenter dreams big

14 Jan, 2022 - 19:01 0 Views
Carpenter dreams big Anesu Kadzere


H-Metro Reporter
A young carpenter in Stoneridge Park has set a target to create employment for at least 100 young people to realise his childhood dream.
Anesu Kadzere (28) claims although he has been made to adapt to the ever-changing socio-economic dynamics, he has hope to share his skills through developing others.

The young entrepreneur who currently employs 23 people in his informal trade claims he also has mastered the art of hustling and how to stay top of his game.

“It’s a new year and a chance to believe in new dreams again, my journey since 2009 has been bumpy but hope to grow my business this year.

“My team has been brilliant and have contributed towards growth of the business hence we are looking to see ourselves grow in offering our services around the country.

“It has always been my dream to create room to employ more people and want to at least have 100 young carpenters under my stable,” said Kadzere.

Kadzere who specializes in roofing and interior designs is enjoying an unlimited supply chain to mainly corporates and residential areas.

“2021 was a special year for me owing everything to my 23 employees, they have been part of my success and I am proud to include them in my story as we look on expanding.

“I have never been this happy, we had undertaken a challenge to meet a target by December 2021 and I am happy to say the team did it and is making continued contribution towards growth of the business,” said Kadzere.

He says gets most of contracts through references.

“Most of my customers are local companies and mostly businesspeople with whom I share growing relationships.

“I am not only supplying materials to their offices or private residents but also assisting young people in those communities by offering them employment,” he said.

Kadzere has also urged young entrepreneurs to take advantage of government schemes set out to benefit businesses.

“My message to young people is to have their eyes and ears open for collective action to embrace programs provided for by government.
“No business is small we all will make it one day and contribute to the fiscus,” he said.

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