Red Apple progress update

We have been back in the country now for two and a half weeks. We took a couple of days off just to get back into things but we have been giving our new venture most of our attention for the last week and a half.

Although we had some serious shocks, I have to say that I’m very pleased with how things have gone so far.

We now have a much clearer idea of what exactly we are going to do and how much it is going to cost us. There is still some fine tuning to do but it is now beginning to feel more like a project with a budget that we can manage. This in itself is a really big step.

Our infrastructure is also now functional. We have an office and all our communication channels (phone, email, fax & ‘net) are now open. It sounds so trivial, but it is really tough to function without these things and it takes real effort to get to this stage.

We also initiated a lot of admin type things that hopefully we’ll finalise this week. It is a lot of work though so it might take until next week.

Lene has also been a star with initiating dialogue with potential product & service providers. This is something that I trust her far more than I do myself. She knows exactly what she wants and that is worth GOLD!

We are going to have to work hard over the next three months, but if we can maintain the current momentum I’m confident that we’ll be opening up the best farmstall and coffee shop this side of the equator come December!

Check out The Red Apple website.

4 thoughts on “Red Apple progress update

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  1. You have to set up some pictures of before and after.

    Good to hear from you guys, and I hope now that you have email, it also means you have good internet access.

    Is it difficult getting to the right people for the products and services?

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