Starting a business isn’t something to take lightly. However, as a coach, I’ve found that many clients are more prepared than they give themselves credit. If you are debating whether you are ready, here are five signs that will show how ready you are to handle whatever your business has in store for you.
If you’re fed up with your job, it may seem like there are only two steps to becoming an entrepreneur. The first is to quit your job, and the next step is to start a company. While it is possible to transition successfully from employee to entrepreneur, it’s a little more complex than that.
Hlubi and Gareth talk to the co-founder of TheWKNDSocial, Vuyiswa (Vie) Mutshekwane, about why she decided to start a business that throws parties and what it takes to be a young, African, woman entrepreneur. Don’t miss this conversation.
Most strategies have sinkholes. Some are obvious, but others become apparent only when it’s too late. My firm was once asked by a CEO to assess the strategy of his company, one of the world’s largest. He wanted to know if there were any holes that he and his board should address. I’ve always thought
Gareth Armstrong talks to Raelene Rourke and Neliswa Fente, two exciting young entrepreneurs about SpringAGE, a company that is revolutionising the way big corporations see and respond to challenges by helping them tap into the collective intelligence and idea generating genius of young people across South Africa. They are spearheading a movement of Youth-Led Innovation,