Local entrepreneur brings global business to KwaDukuza

2018-03-21 06:01
PHOTO: nkosinathi dubeBusinesswoman Indrani Govender of Ricinz Construction with a representative from PUM Netherlands during their visit to the company.

PHOTO: nkosinathi dubeBusinesswoman Indrani Govender of Ricinz Construction with a representative from PUM Netherlands during their visit to the company.

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LOCAL businesswoman Indrani Govender is making a mark in the KwaDukuza business community and has recently partnered with international companies to grow her business and open doors for other young entrepreneurs.

Govender owns Ricinz Construction, a building and maintenance company that has grown in leaps and bounds over the past seven years.

The company has become one of the biggest construction companies in the iLembe District securing major contracts and having recently ventured into fibre optic cable installation.

Govender, who is a mother-of-two, said she is proud to have met and partnered with Dutch company PUM Netherlands Experts which has played a major role in the growth of Ricinz.

“PUM Netherlands Experts have a great wealth of experience and I have gained a wealth of knowledge.

“They go out of their way to help people.

“I have also gone to the Netherlands to learn more about how they work and how I can use their knowledge and expertise to grow my business,” said Govender.

PUM Netherland Experts consists of about 2 000 experts who are retired from their respective careers. They help small businesses from around the world and they mostly deal in trade and industry.

Govender added that she has always been concerned about the unemployment rate in KwaDukuza and smaller companies being bullied and overlooked by the municipalities in terms of receiving contracts.

“I support other small business locally and as proof of that I have an SMME desk located at our offices which aims to assist and educate young and upcoming entrepreneurs by bringing companies like PUM to them.

“It will help other local businesses to reach their potential so local entrepreneurs need to be brave and grab these opportunities,” she said.

Govender’s company recently welcomed delegations from Dubai and India as well which represented various technology companies who are looking to invest in the country with regards to introducing new and innovative ways of business.


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