There’s usually something at the cause of a shift in pattern, and looking past Black Friday’s whirlwind, there was a definite shift in consumer…
Like most startups, Belyve was born out of a frustration of the status quo. Its creator Kolobe Kgwathla started making websites in order to afford his school fees while studying law.
“I studied law but had a strong passion for software development and design. I soon realised that there was a major opportunity worth taking, and ended up first doing freelance web development before setting out to start Belyve,” he says.
“The business took off but I still felt that even though websites were a need, they are usually not as accessible to the general public because of the costs,” Kgwathla tells us.
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