THE Southern African Portfolio Managers Enterprises says International FOREX Trading is has proved to be a force to reckon as the business has increased capital growth of Shareholders by 200 per cent.
Company Chairperson Clement Mwila said while most business have slowed down with growth and profitability of the COVID 19 global pandemic, International FOREX Trading is proving to be a force to reckon with as most of them are enjoying the fruits of the business.
“I must admit that most of us Shareholders started with a very minimal Capital but because of a committed staff our capital has grown,” Mwila said.
He said the company’s vision is to partner with the government and help it attain its mid income status by 2030, by ensuring that more employment opportunities are created.
He said the vision will also help business partners earn a decent disposable income and contribute to the tax revenue through PAYE, VAT, and WHT.
Mwila appealed to government to embrace the SMEs in order to attain economic growth and attain the mid income status by 2030.
He said government should also supplement his company’s efforts as SMEs by providing tax incentives to them and ensure growth in the economy.
And company Chief Executive Officer Chipo Bwalya said the success of the strategic marketing plan will rely on the effective implementation and availability of financial and competent human resources.
And Chipo announced that her company has procured more than 10,000 smart Phones that will be used by the newly recruited traders.
“We will offer free training in FOREX Trading and we intend to offer Capital and a smart Phone to kick start trading,” said Chipo.
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