The story of Nic Harry is wild – Haralambous created it in his bedroom at the cost of R5000.
He turned a profit after a month.
To learn more about that, read "I started my thriving business with R5000 and made a profit in the 1st month".
For general advice from Haralambous on starting your own business without much capital, read "How to start your own business by a guy who started his with almost no money".
Bruce Whitfield asked Haralambous to discuss the most important lessons he has learned as a start-up founder (he’s more than a bit of a serial entrepreneur).
Listen to the interview in the audio below.
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