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Tivaknoa Urges talent sharing

A man’s love of sharing his talents and skills with others led him to be part of the monthly RoC Market in Suva. Harry Tivaknoa, 55, was among vendors at
17 Aug 2015 11:43
Tivaknoa Urges talent sharing
Harry Tivaknoa during the Roc Market in Suva yesterday. Photo: Litia Cava

A man’s love of sharing his talents and skills with others led him to be part of the monthly RoC Market in Suva.

Harry Tivaknoa, 55, was among vendors at yesterday’s RoC Market.

He said he had been selling earrings and screen-printed sulu and jamba and bula wear for two decades.

“This provides for my bread and butter,” Mr Tivaknoa said.

“I feel so blessed doing this because people admire my products and I am able to be a part of their lives through the various designs I have. That is how I share my talents and skills.”

Mr Tivaknoa owns Kapui Creations which has outlets at Downtown Boulevard and MHCC in Suva.

“I come to sell here hoping to get new customers and clients, market my products and meet people.”

He urged individuals aspiring to start small scale businesses to make utilise their talents.

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