How has our CEO guest gone from small start-up to a JSE listed company, with R52billion assets under management in just 5 years? Listen to this #FutureCEOs’ #MeetTheCEO show in which Gareth Armstrong talks to Peter Armitage, CEO of Anchor Capital on his success.
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.
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
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 single room B&B to multiple and diversified revenue streams, Florence Mondi started small but is the model of what entrepreneurial smarts and effort can produce. The founder of Flossie’s Bed & Breakfast joins Hlubi and Gareth in studio to talk about the early days, the battles fought while growing, and the sweet taste
Do you know how to pick a good stock? What are the five key things every good share investment has in common? Hlubi and Gareth ask these questions to equity investors and traders from Easy Equities and GT247. This is a must listen for anyone interested in making money on the stock exchange.
Unpicking 10 phrases commonly used in investment but less commonly understood. Jargon and acronyms are par for the course in the world of business. But don’t despair if you sometimes feel linguistically lost. Morningstar is here to help you understand various commonly used, but difficult to decipher, bits of business jargon.
It is often awe-inspiring to think about how early some of the world’s most famous entrepreneurs got their start. Many of them simply had a fantastic idea and then just worked their butts off to make it reality. We all know that some entrepreneurs get rich quick, but still others do it even while they’re