Imagine doing your degree in a language that you simply do not understand. That is the beginning of our #PowerWoman guest’s journey to her own international business. An inspiring and worthwhile conversation to hear. The UK Department of International Trade hosts us for their UK / Africa Business Forum and we get to chat to
How did our CEO guest go from drug addict to successful businessman and extreme adventurer? Listen as Marco Broccardo, CEO of Colony Live, shares this journey… as well as how he is taking his business international – starting with America. Listen to this #FutureCEOs’ #MeetTheCEO conversation.
When he drops a name like Breitling as a client, one cannot help but sit up and listen. What many people don’t know about Monwabisi Thethe, is that it’s taken him over a decade to build his businesses to the point where massive brands are now sitting up and listening as well. He joins Gareth
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.
He’s had successes, failures, money, and lost it all – Matt Karpinski, MD of Everblock as well as Founder of Uber Exposure, joins Gareth Armstrong in studio to share his insights, lessons, and more from his 20 year entrepreneurial journey.
Travelling at 200km per hour down a narrow, rocky, dirt track might seem like a terrifying experience, but equally terrifying can be the fast paced world and risks associated with starting or growing one’s own business. During this #FutureCEOs conversation, Hlubi Mboya Arnold and Gareth Armstrong speak to top executives from Redlined, Samsung, and Top