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
At 26 years old she was heading to the top at multinational Proctor & Gamble, but felt something was off. Now – a few years, an MBA, and her own business later – Nokwazi Mzobe joins Gareth Armstrong in studio to talk about leaving a hugely promising corporate career to start her own consulting business.
William Adoasi is a Virgin Startup ambassador and Founder of Vitae London, who is doing something remarkable with the profits of his growing and popular watch brand. The #FutureCEOs team explores what this is and how it is changing the public’s response to him and his business.
What is the cost of “free” to us both personally and as business people? How does a #FeesMustFall taken too far potentially undermine our future business potential? Gareth Armstrong asks these questions and more to Dr John Demartini, who gives very direct answers and doesn’t mince his words – put your big person pants on
No one is going to say no to earning more money. BUT Marc Privett, the GM of Careers24.com, doesn’t just share insights into earning more, he also reveals job trends that could see us earning nothing if we don’t move with the times, learn, and evolve. Listen here to find out if your job will
Andiswa “Andy” Manxiwa, is one of South Africa’s most famous runway fashion faces, having worked in NY with Ford Models and being chosen as one of the faces of global cosmetic company, Avon Cosmetics. Now, as an Entrepreneur and Show Producer, her name and skills have pulled together shows like: Miss South Africa, Naomi Campbell’s
Thabang Mabapa, recently chosen as the Spark* International Changemaker for 2016 joins the Hlubi Mboya and Gareth Armstrong in studio along with their local CEO, Katleho Tsoku, to talk about how he is developing a solution to combat the rural brain drain that is occurring all over South Africa, while also turning a healthy profit