Fashion Retailer, Burgundy Fly Creates Eco Systems Designed to Support Black Business
Thursday, 9th March 2017, Johannesburg. 100% black-owned South African fashion retailer Burgundy Fly wants all style lovers to know that upon purchasing a garment or accessory from Burgundy Fly, they actively support a culture of local entrepreneurship and empower South African businesses.
100% black-owned South African fashion retailer Burgundy Fly wants all style lovers to know that upon purchasing a garment or accessory from Burgundy Fly, they actively support a culture of local entrepreneurship and empower South African businesses.
“Burgundy Fly’s primary business ethos is excellence, and one of our founding philosophies is to support other black businesses through the creation of an eco-system of thriving entrepreneurs,” says Nobesuthu Ndlovu, co-owner Burgundy Fly. “ We engage the services of young and passionate businesses who reflect our ethos and are all about delivering excellence, from fashion and accessory designers to our store architects, accountants, printers, promoters and public relations businesses.”
Successfully in business for eight years, Burgundy Fly has opened stores in Maponya Mall in Soweto, Rosebank Mall in Johannesburg north, The Glen Mall in South of Johannesburg, East Rand Mall in East Rand and most recently, Menlyn Park Pretoria.
Co-owner Nhlanhla Ndlovu says: “If we don’t support each other’s businesses then who will? Burgundy Fly only offers garments and accessories that are 100% local (South African) because we are extremely proud of our country’s talent and believe that it can even surpass its global peers. We also ensure that every single product from our designers is unique and of superior, uncompromising quality.”
In the next few months, Burgundy Fly intends to showcase the best in creative South African fashion and accessories by opening a store in New York.
About Burgundy Fly:
Burgundy Fly is one of the continent’s most successful fashion retailers, offering a creative platform for South African designers, artists and small businesses to showcase quality garments, accessories and works of art to customers for eight (8) years. Burgundy Fly was voted South Africa’s Best Emporium Supporting Local Production by Flux Trends (a leading trend forecasting agency) and the South African version of global publication, Marie Claire magazine in 2011. A total of five (5) Burgundy Fly stores currently operate in South Africa at the following popular malls: Rosebank, East Rand, The Glen, Maponya Mall and Menlyn Park.
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