Can You Relate: For most entrepreneurs there is nothing worse than being cooped up in a room and forced to plan every small detail, every next step and move of your business, especially when you have no idea what is going to happen five years from now. If this sounds like a struggle you’re also
“Are you being too impatient in your entrepreneurial journey?” asks Gareth during this #FutureCEOs conversation. Gareth is joined by fellow CliffCentral presenters Simphiwe Petros (an ‘Impatient Entrepreneur’ from Unplugged & InCharge) and K.F. Malindi (the wiser and not so impatient ‘immigrant’ from Zim Conversations) as they discuss their journeys and lessons they have learnt along
We all do it: we second guess our value and the value of our product or service, and so don’t charge enough for what we are offering. The other extreme is that we overestimate this value. Gugu Mjadu, Executive General Manager at Business Partners Ltd., joins Hlubi and Gareth in studio to discuss this rather
Tech solopreneurship can be both very liberating but also lonely – Hlubi Mboya and Gareth Armstrong talk to the founder of Value Forest, David Kaplan, about his experiences, challenges, and how he has created balance in his life.
Entrepreneurs make many mistakes during the startup phase of their businesses, most of which are valuable lessons to learn. Expensive mistakes and lessons are those that involve legal issues. The #FutureCEOs team talk to Kyle Torrington and Andrew Taylor, co-founders of Lexnove, about legal mistakes startups often make.
Do you have entrepreneurship in your blood? Is owning and running your own business in your DNA? Some people claim that anyone can be an entrepreneur; others say you need that something special – Hlubi and Gareth ask what makes up the DNA of a true entrepreneur as they discuss this with Carmen Di Rito,
Startup conversation – Ridhwana Shaik graduated from Ars Sutoria, one of Italy’s most prestigious footwear design schools. She then decided to merge the traditional with the technological to help create fashionable, stylish footwear that doesn’t kill our planet. Hlubi Mboya and Gareth Armstrong talk to her about this interesting, international journey and why she is