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Craft Properties goes global

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Like a seed buried under fertile soil, Craft Properties Holdings Zimbabwe, buoyed by a vision to spread across Zimbabwe, the Sadc region and the whole world, the real estate and property development sector continues to blossom.

Zimbabwe’s fast-rising company, girded by the attractive and lucrative sector, Craft Properties continues to grow drenched by the waters of a vision that was sown in Kadoma to spread beyond Zimbabwe’s borders.

Its tentacles are now targeting regional and international markets.

From its humble beginnings in Kadoma, Craft Properties Holdings has successfully registered companies in Zambia and Botswana.

Craft Properties Zambia Limited and CPH Holdings Botswana are the latest entities joining the growing group.

The entities join the international family of companies, including the United States-based Craft Properties USA LLC in Texas.

Entry into the South African market is already underway.

According to founder and chief executive Kudakwashe Taruberekera, the new entities are a fulfilment of the vision to expand beyond Zimbabwe’s borders targeting regional and international markets in pursuit of the goal to offer professional services worldwide.

“Our recent move to register companies in Zambia and Botswana in 2020 is designed to expand regionally. We are in the process of registering a company in South Africa as we speak. We are not going to stop there as we aim to spread all over the world,” Taruberekera said.

Craft Properties is a member of the World Confederation of Businesses and has been published in the World Confederation of Businesses directory since 2019 to date.

The directory covers African, American, Asian and European markets.

It gives prospective home owners access to information about Craft Properties online using the business directory.

The directory gathers information on leading international companies covering more than 130 countries worldwide.

These companies would have proven business excellence and social responsibility in their host countries.

“Our aim is for Craft Properties to be the leading ambassador of businesses in Zimbabwe on the international stage. “We intend to pave the way for Zimbabwean companies to penetrate the international business market.”

Craft Properties’ core business is land development and construction.

“We are also experts in project management. We are open to partner with other companies in the business of land development, construction and project management in all the countries we have ventured into, that is, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Botswana and United States of America,” Taruberekera said.

In the US, Craft Properties majors in the real estate business.

“We also intend to do the same in Zambia and Botswana. We would also like to encourage fellow Zimbabweans to be innovative and try by all means to start something of their own to earn a living,” he said.

Built on a solid foundation of humbleness in 2008, the road to greatness has not been easy.

“It was through perseverance and hard work that enabled us to establish a very professional entity that has gone regional and international. We encourage professional people to think outside the box and come up with ideas on how to establish businesses.

“These ideas, if implemented properly, would go a long way in uplifting the livelihoods of the people. In Zimbabwe, there are various sectors teeming with dormant and vast opportunities especially mining, agriculture, tourism and construction, among others.

“We challenge aspiring entrepreneurs to develop and refine their expertise in a talent, idea, service or body of knowledge. When you refine your gist in an area, you become valuable and people will seek you out and pay you.”

Craft Properties assures, pledges and promises guaranteed service excellence that creates long-term mutually beneficial relationships.

“Our values of customer focus, commitment to service excellence, innovation, social responsibility, teamwork and integrity make us a team to reckon with,” Taruberekera said.

“Our professional conduct as a land developer led us to be awarded an International Business Licence in Oxford, United Kingdom, by the Europe Business Assembly in accordance with the United Kingdom Trademarks Act of 1994 and Europe Business Assembly Awards regulations.

“The licence permits Craft Properties to operate internationally.”

Craft Properties is an elite member of the World Confederation of Businesses and Taruberekera was appointed head of Africa region.

Headquartered in Kadoma, Craft Properties has branches in Harare and Masvingo.

The company is in the process of establishing a branch in Zvishavane.

The visions, according to founder and chief executive Taruberekera, is to touch all corners of Zimbabwe.

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