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Kashipu brand on being different

The brand that was started with the aim of influencing entrepreneurs not to give up so back with a new look and feel. Working hard to deviate from the norm of brands, founder Sandro Ithana says his brand which is back from a hiatus moving away from just printing on shirts and hoodies.

” In the past, we focused on printing on t-shirts and hoodies but now we want to be a formal fashion brand that invests more in its image and product output. Today we produce and provide what clients request which is something new in the business we are operating in, ” he stated.

As many creative businesses are
affected by the pandemic, Kashipu which means it’s not easy is striving to make it by working with influencers such as Justine Kweyo to tap into a bigger market that will help them understand their brand more.

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” Times are hard and it is not easy however we must also not give up. It’s all about being innovative which is something we Namibians are good at, ” he stated.

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