In this week’s #PowerWoman Session, Hlubi Mboya Arnold and the Chairwoman of GirlCode, Zandile Keebine, justify being advocates of teamwork and collaborations, taking action against poverty through technology, and using tech as an enabler to tackle the UN Sustainable Goals. Don’t miss out on this #FutureCEOs #PowerWoman conversation.
What three things can you do to take your business from small startup to international operation in just two years? Listen to this #FutureCEOs conversation in which Gareth Armstrong talks to Wayne Zwiers, founder and CEO of a high growth startup.
The Franchise Association of South Africa (FASA), in association with Sanlam, has released its annual franchisor/franchisee surveys for 2017. South Africa has over 845 franchised systems with 40,528 stores. The survey interviewed over 300 franchise-owners around the country, covering a number of topics including start-up costs, growth areas, and challenges in their particular sector. 25% of
We’ve seen him achieving the greatest glory on the sports field, we’ve heard his voice guiding us through edge of seat sporting encounters, but do you know the other side of Rugby World Cup winning flyhalf, Joel Stransky – the businessman? Gareth Armstrong has the opportunity to sit with Joel during this week’s #FutureCEOs conversation
It is time to transform the financial sector and this transformation has to be normalised and inclusive in the upliftment and empowerment for all. Hlubi Mboya Arnold joins forces with Mapalo Makhu, founder of Woman & Finance and Nelisiwe Masango, founder of Bear Run Investments, to find solutions to creating strong supportive financial structures for
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