For this week’s #workingwomanwednesday, we have got a BIG one for you! She is the reason for Petal&Post – an entrepreneur, florist and town planner, the founder and owner of @petalandpostcapetown – ladies and gentlemen, this is Kim du Plessis! We are sure you are itching to find out more about her so we will jump right in – Kim was born in the sunny, seaside town of Port Shepstone, KZN. After school she attended Rhodes University and then headed off to London for a two year stint. She moved to Cape Town in 2011 to do her Masters Degree in City and Regional Planning. Once qualified, she left the beautiful mountains of Cape Town to go to Australia (what a jet-setter!) where she remained for two years, working in the corporate world as a town planner. It was here that she laid the foundations for wonderful business and in 2016 she came back to Cape Town (thank goodness!) and opened Petal&Post, where she has been working to grow the business ever since. Her hobbies include hiking up Table Mountain, getting stuck into a great book on holiday (do business owners even get those?), going for a swim in False Bay tidal pools, and her bootcamp classes at the Western Province Cricket Club – here’s to @abcbootcamper for keeping Kim sane when she’s been working too hard…which is ALWAYS – we can vouch for that! So, the question is, has she ever regretted being a business owner? Never! Through @petalandpostcapetown, Kim has had the opportunity to meet so many inspiring and supportive women – she loves working with a lovely team of ladies in an uplifting environment every day as well as the wonderful community the business has created, which includes owners of many other female startups. “Your vibe attracts your tribe”, Kim, and we think your Petal&Post tribe is looking pretty great! . . . #Petalandpost#capetown#capetownflorist#lovezabuyza#localzadesign#lovelocalza#hellopretty#capetownmag#cylcollective #capetownlikes#supportlocal#posylove#wedding#local#botanical#theprettyblog#gardenday#capetowninfo#handmadeincapetown#madeinsouthafrica#lokalza#durbanville#proudlysouthafrican#workingwomanwednesday

For this week’s #workingwomanwednesday, we have got a BIG one for you! She is the reason for Petal&Post – an entrepreneur, florist and town planner, the founder and owner of @petalandpostcapetown – ladies and gentlemen, this is Kim du Plessis! We are sure you are itching to find out more about her so we will jump right in – Kim was born in the sunny, seaside town of Port Shepstone, KZN. After school she attended Rhodes University and then headed off to London for a two year stint. She moved to Cape Town in 2011 to do her Masters Degree in City and Regional Planning. Once qualified, she left the beautiful mountains of Cape Town to go to Australia (what a jet-setter!) where she remained for two years, working in the corporate world as a town planner. It was here that she laid the foundations for wonderful business and in 2016 she came back to Cape Town (thank goodness!) and opened Petal&Post, where she has been working to grow the business ever since. Her hobbies include hiking up Table Mountain, getting stuck into a great book on holiday (do business owners even get those?), going for a swim in False Bay tidal pools, and her bootcamp classes at the Western Province Cricket Club – here’s to @abcbootcamper for keeping Kim sane when she’s been working too hard…which is ALWAYS – we can vouch for that! So, the question is, has she ever regretted being a business owner? Never! Through @petalandpostcapetown, Kim has had the opportunity to meet so many inspiring and supportive women – she loves working with a lovely team of ladies in an uplifting environment every day as well as the wonderful community the business has created, which includes owners of many other female startups. “Your vibe attracts your tribe”, Kim, and we think your Petal&Post tribe is looking pretty great! . . . #Petalandpost#capetown#capetownflorist#lovezabuyza#localzadesign#lovelocalza#hellopretty#capetownmag#cylcollective #capetownlikes#supportlocal#posylove#wedding#local#botanical#theprettyblog#gardenday#capetowninfo#handmadeincapetown#madeinsouthafrica#lokalza#durbanville#proudlysouthafrican#workingwomanwednesday

For this week’s #workingwomanwednesday, we have got a BIG one for you! She is the reason for Petal&Post – an entrepreneur, florist and town planner, the founder and owner of @petalandpostcapetown – ladies and gentlemen, this is Kim du Plessis! 
We are sure you are itching to find out more about her so we will jump right in –

Kim was born in the sunny, seaside town of Port Shepstone, KZN. After school she attended Rhodes University and then headed off to London for a two year stint.  She moved to Cape Town in 2011 to do her Masters Degree in City and Regional Planning. Once qualified, she left the beautiful mountains of Cape Town to go to Australia (what a jet-setter!) where she remained for two years, working in the corporate world as a town planner. It was here that she laid the foundations for wonderful business and in 2016 she came back to Cape Town (thank goodness!) and opened Petal&Post, where she has been working to grow the business ever since. Her hobbies include hiking up Table Mountain, getting stuck into a great book on holiday (do business owners even get those?), going for a swim in False Bay tidal pools, and her bootcamp classes at the Western Province Cricket Club – here’s to @abcbootcamper for keeping Kim sane when she’s been working too hard…which is ALWAYS – we can vouch for that!

So, the question is, has she ever regretted being a business owner? Never! Through @petalandpostcapetown, Kim has had the opportunity to meet so many inspiring and supportive women – she loves working with a lovely team of ladies in an uplifting environment every day as well as the wonderful community the business has created, which includes owners of many other female startups. “Your vibe attracts your tribe”, Kim, and we think your Petal&Post tribe is looking pretty great!
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