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.
What do you get when you take a Master’s Degree in Engineering, add a healthy portion of entrepreneurial flair, a dash of applied ethics, and leave it simmer for a few years? Hasan Darwish, the founder and CEO of Modular Innovations, is the result of this interesting recipe. Hlubi Mboya and Gareth Armstrong talk to
Tania Pheiffer and Anel van Gerve join the #FutureCEOs team in studio to talk about their experience starting and growing their business, Woodlands Spa. Listen out for questions like: How are you making money in a difficult economy? Were you 100% funded or have you grown this in phases? Also, who is really the boss
Hlubi Mboya and Gareth Armstrong are joined by Nicole Haines-Thorn, co-founder of startup, MommyFit – she shares how her passion has allowed her to absorb some of the frustrations of starting her own business, as well as some of the lessons and insights her journey has taught her.
Startup conversation – Ridhwana Shaik graduated from Ars Sutoria, one of Italy’s most prestigious footwear design schools. She then decided to merge the traditional with the technological to help create fashionable, stylish footwear that doesn’t kill our planet. Hlubi Mboya and Gareth Armstrong talk to her about this interesting, international journey and why she is
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.
Hlubi and Gareth are joined in studio by lawyer entrepreneurs Kyle Torrington and Andrew Taylor, who are changing the way we source and pay for legal advice through their innovative online business, Lexnove. They talk together around the challenges of facing the entrepreneurial lifestyle after both working in law firms, as well as some of
Internfit started from a passion for small businesses and a commitment to reduce unemployment in South Africa in February 2013. It was started as a small attempt to fill a huge gap in the South African business landscape. In this episode of Startup CEO Tuesdays, we sit with David Feinberg, one of the co-founders of