- A man's grass to grace story has inspired social media users
- Theo Baloyi recently celebrated opening his 24th office that has over 220 workers
- According to Theo, he had started the business from the boot of his car with his room as the head office
A man has taken to social media to celebrate his achievement as a businessman.
The man named Theo Baloyi announced on LinkedIn that he had just opened his 23rd and 24th stores in quick successions.
Recalling his days of humble beginning, Theo, who now runs his business outfit named Bathu said he had started off the business from the boot of his car.
The CEO stated that then, he used his room as headquarters.
10-year-old Nigerian kid who won US chess contest in 2019 wins bigger trophy, becomes national champ
But today, he is a big employer of labour.
Sharing pictures of some of the business locations, he appreciated his team for their hard work.
"It all started by selling from the boot of my car.
"My room in Alex was our headquarters (warehouse , packaging & admin office etc).
"This week we had two successful store openings for our 23rd & 24th Stores, with 220+ People employed.
"#Bathu the story of overflowing Grace .
"South Africa i just want to say Thank you for “Walking this journey” with us.
"To our forever hardworking team, I love and appreciate all of you.
“Walk Your Journey.”
Social media users flooded his comment section with good wishes.
Wilton M remarked:
"I heard that 'the journey edition' was limited edition.. that shoe is really nice and it is sad that someone like me who doesn't seem to find a shoe they like cannot get the one pair that I feel was made for me.. please bring it back because I really find a difficult time getting a shoe that I feel is perfect for me.. and I know im not the only one who feels like this.."
Succeed Machava said:
"The spirit grow as always.....hosi a yive na nwina."
Lillian Bunu commented:
"You are such an inspiration Theo!!!!! Very well done."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a man and his son had stunned social media as they set up a diary firm producing milk and yoghurt.
Sharing the development, @KasiEconomy in a Twitter post wrote:
"This father and son duo, Stephen and Nkosana Mtimkulu, started their own dairy company called South Western Dairy. CONGRATS! They sell: Fresh Milk, Amasi (cultured milk), Yogurt & Drinking Yogurt."
Social media users marvelled at the father-son partnership and sent congratulatory messages to them.