Starting a business in a male-dominated space like the security sector takes a #PowerWoman to do so. Divine Ndhlukula has not only created a security business, but is THE market leader for security services in Zimbabwe. Listen to find out how she did it.
“Women’s empowerment is about choice…” says our #FutureCEOs #PowerWoman. This African fashion-preneur is a trained accountant with a penchant for business, and also a deep love for Africa’s culture and heritage. Her brand has gone international – listen here to find out about her journey.
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
What happens when an entrepreneur demands R5m on national television? Sibusiso Ngwenya, founder of Skinny Sbu Socks has made headlines recently for a number of reasons and #FutureCEOs talks to two venture capitalists about their impressions of his behaviour. They also share the five things they believe he must do to save his business.
FinTech Investment Specialist at RMI Holdings, Dominique Collet, engages with Hlubi Mboya Arnold on what it means to be a FinTech investor and an innovation architect. These two #PowerWomen deconstruct growth mindsets, evergreen capital providers and long term partnerships in deliberating solutions that make Africa better.
Do you have a voice inside of you that keeps on telling you to do something other than what you are currently doing with your life? This voice is at the heart of Pat Pillai’s CEO journey. Listen as Gareth Armstrong explores the experiences of the LifeCo Unltd founder as he pushes for more impact,