Sandiswa, left, joined by Forbes' International business coach, Tamiko Cuellar, middle.

Only 24 years of age and already making great moves! A public relations BTech student, Sandiswa Mgolozeli is a young entrepreneur from East London and also one of the nominees for Standing Top Women awards and “Business Empowerment” category for South African Heroes Awards, with the latter set to take place at Uncle Tom’s Hall, Orlando West in Soweto on the 27th of April 2019.

Sandiswa is the founder of Epitomely PRM, a PR and marketing agency established in March 2018, which maintains an international footprint together with an interior design company. The international footprint element comes from hosting Forbes’ International business coach, from the United States for an entrepreneur equipping session directed to both aspiring and existing female entrepreneurs in the region.

This young and passionate lady is also a BCMM Youth Council member, which advocates and propels all things that are related to youth development. She has dedicated her time to training in-service training students and interns in the PR and Marketing field by sharing knowledge, skills and experience. This bestows upon them an excellent understanding of the PR and Marketing world and enables to fit in the working environment beyond Epitomely PRM.

“From the intern training I have three undergraduate students from Walter Sisulu University who will be graduating this May and I can safely state that they are ready for any job that is related to PR and Marketing”, stated Sandiswa.

Epitomely PRM will soon be establishing an academy as part of its CSI branch which will focus on aiding first-year University students that major in Public relations, marketing and entrepreneurship. The academy will ensure that these young minds receive all the key industrial techniques.

 “It’s an exciting and humbling experience honestly especially being the only one coming from the Eastern Cape. It also serves as an inspirational element to other young people and in clearly sharing an example. If I can make it at such a tender age, then other young individuals in the Eastern Cape can make it in the same path and space as well”, said Sandiswa.



By Tebogo Mphatswe

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