2022 in Review
It's been an exciting year for Fassernate. Since officially launching in March 2022, the app has gained widespread recognition, being named a finalist in multiple categories at the MTN App of the Year awards in October 2022, and being featured on various radio stations and even on the Etv morning show "Business Beat".
But the success of Fassernate goes beyond just awards and media coverage. The app has already helped countless entrepreneurs start and grow their businesses, with its easy-to-use online business builder and comprehensive content management solution. And with a digital marketplace that supports and promotes local businesses, Fassernate is encouraging people to buy locally produced products and supporting small businesses in their communities.
Looking forward, the future looks bright for Fassernate. We have big plans for the app, including adding more features to help businesses succeed, and we are in the process of securing significant funding to make these plans a reality. We are excited to see what the future holds and are looking forward to even more growth and success in the coming year.
Fassernate, now the applications final name, was dreamed of by Mr. Elton Fasser the CEO of Eltovision Pty Ltd. Circumstances, both financial, as well as access to recources, prevented this dream from taking shape untill 2017. The application was first released in March 2021. There was lessons learned and a complete redesign took place. Fassernate was re-released in March 2022. It is approaching 1000 downloads in only 3 months.
You are welcome I should be thanking you for making this possible for us young black kids who want to make better livings for ourselves and families. You should see how proud I become when I talk about how my business is gonna grow through the fassernate app.
- Monni Hluluw
Fassernate played a a big role in Muvenda National Bricks being what is today and what it is yet to be. They have been providing me emotional and financial support, not forgettig daily advice and making sure I don't get robbed out there.