Zambia's furniture manufacturer takes opportunities in spite of slump amidst coronavirus
( MENAFN ) Josphat Shasulwi is occupied taking opportunities offered by the coronavirus pandemic to improve his furniture business in the time where a lot of people are immersed in talks regarding overcoming hard economic times.
Shasulwi, a furniture manufacturer working at Mandevu Junction Market in the Zambian capital Lusaka, has since converted his shop to a mini developed workshop that is providing well-made furniture retailers around Lusaka.
He noted: "because of the COVID-19 pandemic, many renowned furniture retailers are not able to get the required number of goods from outside the country. So I decided to enter into partnerships with these entities, and I'm currently supplying them with a range of products."
The coronavirus pandemic is a masked blessing that has created great opportunities for people and companies that are open to originality and improvement, he added.
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