She was accused of being too serious when she was younger, and maybe she was, but that focus and determination has resulted in Zizipho Nyanga being appointed as the CEO of the Masisizane Fund, and now in a place to push and invest in her passions – entrepreneurship and women empowerment. Listen to this lovely
Dion Chang – Futurist, Observer, and CEO – talks to Gareth Armstrong about all things innovation, trends, and the future of work during this #FutureCEOs conversation. The future is exciting, scary, and almost totally unpredictable – Listen here to find out more.
Does the fashion industry still have room for the classics? Jade Mtembu will tell you YES! The #FutureCEOs team is joined by the founder of MadamJ’s Classic Closet. She shares some insights into how she managed to give life to her entrepreneurial dream.
Is eCommerce practical in South Africa? Is there a big enough online market? If we are avid social media users, we may instinctively say yes – but what is the real, Rands and Cents situation of ecommerce in SA? The #FutureCEOs team discuss this with Justin Drennan, CEO of Parcel Ninja. Listen to this before
Can one really make a career out of blogging? Over the last few years digital media has evolved into a powerful entity. Blogging is one of the platforms digital media offers which is capable of reaching and influencing large and wide spread audiences (aka potential customers). As influential as it has become,blogging might not be
The recent annual Rising Stars Awards revealed another group of outstanding talent that our #FutureCEOs community can look up to. More than just top performers with technical expertise – they are polished, brilliant, and show tremendous promise as future leaders. Hlubi and Gareth are joined by three of the winners where they discuss the opportunity
We all know someone who has made bad career decisions – staying too long in a dead-end job, picking a career they are not suited for, or giving up a good job for a bad one. What are some of the psychological factors in play when making career decisions, and how can we make better
When I was twelve years old I had one purpose in life. I wanted to be a Colonel. And not just any colonel. I wanted to be an Honorary Colonel in the Kentucky State Militia. Just like my hero – Colonel Sanders. I had to start off slow – Kentucky was the glamor state to be