chronicle.co.zw 02 Aug, 2022 01:00 am

Young entrepreneur defies odds

Young entrepreneur defies odds
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Luckily enough, I did art but I never understood how It linked up with my future,” said Mr Kuvarega Being the only children in their family, the parents of Jevas and his twin Jeffrey Kuvarega always looked up to them to attain a good life for themselves.Mr Kuvarega said his parents did not approval of his chosen career path, but he took this as a motivator for him to work harder and prove to them that he could make his name in the industry.“I would walk for four hours from the bus stop to the exact location where the suppliers were,” said Mr Kuvarega.Mr Kuvarega said when things were going well for him, the flea market he was located at closed down and he was left stranded.

“When doing my research, I discovered that Louis Vuitton worked in a company where they made briefcases, but when Louis saw that it was hard to pile the briefcases because of the curvy shape they had on the top, he came up with a flat topped briefcase and that is how he created his legacy because he named the briefcases after his name,” said Mr Kuvarega.Mr Kuvarega said he has expanded his market by adding a tagline “uplifted by grace” to appeal to adults.

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