No cold feet as this business makes a big step

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One of the Nedbank/702 Business Accelerator candidates this week is Nic Thompson.

He has been trading food for the last 10 years and understands international supplier/customer needs.

Thompson is a Trading Partner at ColdFeet Cold Storage and Consolidators, which puts together and ships' cold storage and frozen goods.

The Director at Aurik Enterprise Development, Pavlo Phitidis, spoke to Nic Thompson of ColdFeet about taking his business to the next level.

They found a niche that is too small for the big players, too big for the tiny guys but the sweet spot of profitable opportunity.

Pavlo Phitidis, Director at Aurik Enterprise Development

Listen to the conversation below:

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