January 1st, 2018
Living in South Africa can be an emotional roller-coaster. One minute there are encouraging signs of progression, cohesion and social advance, and the next the fractures in our society reveal themselves in the ugliest ways.
June 30th, 2017
The question is who will own Africa’s Commercial and Cultural narrative? This audacity to dream beyond your current circumstance, The audacity to refuse the bar that was set for you, but to set your own and the audacity to own the future of our continent.
June 30th, 2017
It was declared that South Africa is in a technical recession and of late; many small businesses have asked how they should navigate this period of in South Africa and what it means for their business.
May 10th, 2017
The last few years have marked significant economic milestones for South Africa. Often landed by the media using dramatic headlines, these milestones are key signals that should not be ignored.
April 7th, 2017
We don’t need more incubation! We need to pay market prices to small medium enterprises for delivering excellent service – that’s it!
December 1st, 2016
It is with uncontainable excitement that I would like to share the launch of my first book with you.
October 6th, 2016
I was recently asked to do a radio interview by a good friend of mine – Kojo Baffoe. He’s recently become a radio show host on Kaya Fm and he’s in a fortunate position to have a media platform that allows him the space and latitude to explore Life with Kojo Baffoe. The subject of […]
September 30th, 2016
Along with all the other daunting changes happening in the external environment, arguably one of the most important relates to how you and your business are managing talent.
August 25th, 2016
Digital yada yada. Mobile this and that. Stats coming out of your ears for days. Yet your efforts are just not delivering. Here are some things to think about…
July 19th, 2016
More people on the planet own mobile phones than toothbrushes. These levels of mobile technology adoption have created the ability for people that were previously “excluded” to be part and parcel of local and global business.