“We’re the only 100% mom to mom
business network in South Africa”
Imagine a nationwide business, advertising and shopping community created by mothers, for mothers. Actually, you don’t need to imagine it, it already exists. Founded in 2015 by Naomi Butow, marketing expert and business consultant, the concept behind Mommy Mall SA is a simple one – an online space for mom entrepreneurs to buy from, and sell to each other, exclusively. All of the mothers on this network are business owners – from startups to already established businesses and agents for larger brands. Many of these women run their business from home, due to special circumstances, such as illness or parenting special needs children. Mommy Mall SA has given mothers from all walks of life the opportunity to start, grow, maintain and run a business online.
Mothers supporting mothers
It’s no secret – moms understand each other. With their shared knowledge and common interests, who better to provide new and innovative products and services to this community than other mothers?
Mommy Mall SA supports its members by giving them access to the right customers, ensuring these businesses have continued growth, sustainability and longevity.
Mommy Mall SA is a membership directory that includes providers from various industries – beauty, events, education, business services, and everything in between. Their website makes it easy to find any service provider you’re looking for, anywhere in South Africa.
A website with many moving parts
Mommy Mall SA aims to offer mothers online business tools to grow their businesses. These include their deals publishing page and a press room for sharing news. “Initially, we ordered the Volume Plan but very quickly decided to move to our own Managed Server as our website has a lot of moving parts”, says Naomi. A Managed Server also accommodates their exciting future website plans.
“Xneelo is brilliant! Moving our website across to our Managed Server was a breeze. Any query I ever have is attended to quickly and I’m always informed of the progress.”