This #FutureCEOs guest is probably the most passionate business owner we have had on the show – why? Because Theunis De Bruin – owner of Kawasaki/Triumph Centurion and founder of Reconstructed – has been living his business since he was a young boy, which includes broken bones and working his way up from the bottom.
After a first year of zero sales, Sam Molefe – co-founder and MD of Modi Mining – began to question his decision to go out on his own. Six years and a number of awards later, he and his business partner are very pleased they didn’t throw in the towel. Listen to this #FutureCEOs conversation
He doesn’t mince words during his satirical stand up against social issues and political injustices, but has he minced business and career opportunities as he has developed and grown as a comedian, social commentator, and businessman? Listen to this insightful #FutureCEOs conversation where Gareth Armstrong enjoys a funny but fascinating discussion answering this question and
At 26 years old she was heading to the top at multinational Proctor & Gamble, but felt something was off. Now – a few years, an MBA, and her own business later – Nokwazi Mzobe joins Gareth Armstrong in studio to talk about leaving a hugely promising corporate career to start her own consulting business.
Do you have a downgrade plan for your business? The #FutureCEOs team discuss this and more with Ross Drakes, Creative Director at NiceWork, and Grant Gavin, owner of RE/MAX Panache – both highly successful entrepreneurs and both actively engaged in making their businesses downgrade resistant. Listen to this conversation if you’re serious about business growth
Siyanda Dlamini started at the very bottom, but he started knowing where he wanted to be. Today, he has achieved that and more as co-owner of Fortis Hotel Group. Listen to this super #FutureCEOs conversation where Gareth invites Siyanda to share his insights, lessons, and more.
Today’s #FutureCEOs conversation highlights the fact that ecommerce is an area that one can, in spite of excuses like limited customers or high data costs, build a wonderfully profitable and successful business. Hlubi Mboya Arnold and Gareth Armstrong talk to Adewale Adejumo, founder of Zasttra.com, about his journey, as well as lessons he has learned
From a tear-stained pillow after a massive disappointment while in the UK, to the face of international cognac brand Remy Martin, Madoda Khuzwayo has done a lot, seen a lot, learned a lot, and joins Gareth Armstrong in studio to share some of his experiences with the #FutureCEOs community.