SECURICO scoops entrepreneural prize PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 09 December 2011 16:42
securico founder devine ndhlukula 09-12-11.jpgA local security company, SECURICO has won US $100,000 grand prize of the 2011 Africa Awards for Entrepreneurship.

SECURICO provides guarding services and electronic security solutions, and is the first security company in Zimbabwe to be ISO (International Organisation for Standardisation) certified.

SECURICO has more than 3,400 employees, 900 of which are women, making it the largest employer of women in the private sector.

The company exemplifies the vital role played by entrepreneurs in creating economic growth, prosperity, and realising opportunity in Africa.

“It is such an honour for me to be recognised by the Africa Awards for Entrepreneurship and included in such a talented, dynamic group of entrepreneurs,” said Divine Ndhlukula, Founder and Managing Director of SECURICO.

securico award 09-12-11.jpg“I hope that my story of creating SECURICO, and those of my fellow finalists, will help to inspire other African entrepreneurs to seek opportunity, embrace risk, and above all, believe in themselves,” she added.

A record 3,300 companies from 48 African countries submitted entries to compete for the Grand Prize of US $100,000, and six additional prizes of US $50,000 each, including the new Coca-Cola Award for an Outstanding Woman Entrepreneur, granted to Victoria Seeds, an agribusiness based in Kampala, Uganda.

The Africa Awards for Entrepreneurship recognises and rewards business leaders who embody the entrepreneurial spirit and qualities required to succeed in business and who are the inspirational role models for the next generation of African entrepreneurs.
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