Namases inducted into hall of fame

Local entrepreneur earns recognition

19 November 2018 | Life Style

Dianah Namases; Entrepreneur; “I am earnestly grateful for the recognition I have received...”

Adolf Kaure

Local entrepreneur Dianah Namases was recently inducted into the Namibia Business Hall of Fame as an emerging entrepreneur in a ceremony which took place in Windhoek.

The 31-year-old specialises in selling custom made ‘Sage by Dee’ wrist watches.

“It is indeed an exhilarating feeling and I am extremely honored to be inducted into the Namibia Business Hall of Fame. I am earnestly grateful for the recognition I received for my work because I am very sure that every other inductee for this award was as capable as me to receive it,” said Namases.

She thanked her family and friends who have supported her during good and bad times.

“I faced several challenges on my way but each one of them have only strengthened me and made me the person I am today. I am a professional who knows exactly what I want. When I set my eyes on a goal, I do not lose sight of it unless it is achieved. Being inducted would not have been possible without the inspiration I received from my family, clients, friends and my colleagues for whom I have the deepest respect. I derived the strength to challenge myself and perform better at each stage from them.”

Namases thanked each and every one who helped her reach the stage where she can proudly hold up the award she received as reminder of her achievement. She also promised to only get better at the work she does so that she can return for more awards.

The traffic officer from Walvis Bay explained the meaning of her company’s name and said that the watches will be a game changer in the fashion industry.

“Sage Investments hails from the definition of someone or something who is wise or who exhibits signs of wisdom or intelligence. It is a man or a woman of gravity who is of sound judgment and prudence. These qualities enhance my business. Since my watches are modern, stylish and fashionable, quality and classy, I am confident that my designs and features cater for the young and old. Watches are suitable for fashion shows, exhibitions and for the local artist industry.”

This has been a good year for the entrepreneur who also scooped the 2018 Simply You Magazine Favourite Accessories Award for Sage for Dee. Furthermore her brand was showcased at the 2018 Windhoek Fashion Week which concluded yesterday.

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