Have you already checked out Robyn Deedat’s custom swimwear? Check out how this SA female entrepreneur and full-time student embarks on the journey of starting her own business.
You know that moment when you gasp at the sight of the perfect Brazilian bikini calling your name on Instagram, and then you realize “The designer is my buddy”?
Yeah, that moment.
To cut to the chase – I have this friend, Robyn Deedat, who pretty much went from one casual bikini design to igniting her very own swimwear fashion empire. In a matter of a few months, the still full-time student launched what currently seems to take the shape of a killer career path.
Female entrepreneurship is on a fierce rise, and I’m excited for Robyn for taking the first steps towards her entrepreneurial success. I decided to chat to her about her recent success. As a cheerleader of all things lady power, I thinks it’s great to learn a little bit more about how her idea took shape so fast and what her next steps will be for this impressive creating-a-business-while-completing-a-degree journey she has chosen.
Two-Piece for the Win – A Chat with Robyn Deedat
Whether you think you have the business mind or the know-how on how to start your own business or not, take a risk and follow your instinct. You may end up on the right side of success with a newfound confidence and a booming business. It’s never too early or too late to take a good idea. Like Robyn, you may be a full-time student busy with a second degree, and bam – next thing you know you’re launching your own successful business.
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