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Carlos Tuafeni Bobby Jackson: Young Entrepreneur At Windhoek’s Single Quarters Making a Difference with Salsa Business

todayJanuary 20, 2024 42

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Carlos Tuafeni Bobby Jackson, a young entrepreneur, shared insights into his flourishing salsa business at the single quarters. The interview aimed to shed light on what inspired Carlos to embark on this entrepreneurial venture and his message for those facing challenging days.

Carlos introduced himself  and shared that his main business at the single quarters revolves around cutting and selling salsa.

Inspiration Behind the Business: When asked about the inspiration behind his salsa business, Carlos attributed it to witnessing his mother’s struggles. Despite being a nursing student, he decided to venture into the salsa business to alleviate his family’s financial challenges. The booming salsa business served as a promising opportunity to generate income and support his family.

Message to Others Facing Challenges: Bobby offered a motivational message to anyone experiencing a difficult day. His advice was simple yet impactful: “Just try to find your passion, try to find any type of business you can do, and then you just push on it.” This message reflects Carlos’s belief in the power of pursuing one’s passion and utilizing entrepreneurial opportunities.

Conclusion of the Interview: The brief interview concluded with gratitude, with Carlos expressing that if more information was needed or if the provided content was insufficient, interested parties were encouraged to reach out for further clarification.

Carlos Tuafeni Bobby Jackson’s story serves as an inspiration, highlighting the entrepreneurial spirit of young individuals who actively seek solutions to challenges and contribute to their communities.


Written by: Leonard Witbeen

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