JOHANNESBURG – Gauteng-based clothing and textile firm, T-Legacy Components SA, has said that it was determined to explore big business opportunities at the inaugural Intra-African Trade Fair (IATF) this week, starting on Tuesday, in Cairo, Egypt.
Sithenjiwe Masuku, the managing director of T-Legacy, said it was an enormous opportunity for her emerging export firm to be involved in a trade fair of such magnitude.
"I am hoping to establish some trade leads and also amplify my business brand to North Africa and beyond. I am looking forward to the big opportunities that lie ahead for my company. My priority is to grow as a business and also penetrate new markets," Masuku said.
T-Legacy Components has been in the business for fourteen years manufacturing gumboots, conti-suits, gloves, safety boots and reflective vests for mine workers, construction and industrial workers.
The company received financial backing from the Department of Trade and Industry’s (the dti) Export Marketing and Investment Assistance (EMIA) Scheme to participate at the trade fair.