The journey to more growth starts here

Nedbank Business Ignite is back on 702, celebrating small businesses that have successfully scaled up. This year's competition is dedicated to recognising and rewarding those who have taken bold steps to grow their operations and expand their reach. Scaling up is about more than just increasing revenue. It’s about expanding your business sustainably, enhancing operational efficiency, and creating a lasting impact.


Our 2023 Nedbank Business Ignite Winners

Mighty House Of Soap

Mighty Soap is an eco business that is recycling cooking oil and turning it into useful products. The company produces soaps, cleaning products and beauty products. They have running for many years and during covid they were able to continue operating and supply soaps and sanitiser which were in demand at the time.

We recycle used cooking oil from local food establishments around the township, we then filter and purify it and produce our multipurpose bar soap. Due to the production of this multipurpose bar soap we have also added the production of Glycerine soaps and other biological cleaning products. We also produce a beauty range as well.

Precious & Pearl Brands

We manufacture the best tasting non alcoholic ginger beer beverage in concentrate and ready to drink. We are preserving a traditional recipe because knowledge has not been passed on from the older generation to the younger generation.

We are also bringing a different taste in the juice concentrate market. Precious and Pearls is now available at Food Lover's Market, Shoprite and they are currently being onboarded by Pick and Pay. The business has managed to survive and grow during these tough times.

TVDM

We are a specialist community scheme consultancy, that assists any owner, occupier, trustee, director, managing agent, attorney etc. in the community schemes industry with legal advice, support, training etc. "TVDM Consultants have carved a niche for themselves in the Community Schemes space. Besides the consulting they positioned themselves as thought leaders in the space by offering webinars, writing articles and having a regular newsletter. The business was started in 2020 and they have managed to survive in spite of the challenges." - Thuli Magubane (Business Ignite Mentor).