CEO of 20fifty, Catherine Lückhoff joined us for a riveting conversation as we uncovered what the technological and innovation trends on the continent mean for emerging businesses, how artificial intelligence can be used to drive digital transformation as well as the ins-and-outs of starting a side hustle and starting it smart!
LifeCheq CEO Abu Addae, joins Nnamdi Oranye and Benji Meltzer for an insightful evening in line with our Smart Hustle theme to delve into what some of the tech trends are currently on the continent and around the globe as well as what it takes to build a smart hustle!
Nnamdi Oranye and Dr. Eddy Agbo joined us as we pondered the importance of reimagining not only how society functions but how we interact with the systems that are in place to give us the opportunity to bounce back from the myriad challenges posed for our societies, careers and small businesses during this time.
Join us for an insightful evening with Dare Okoudjou we consider the importance of reimagining not only how society functions but how we interact with the systems that are in place to give us the opportunity to bounce back from the myriad challenges posed for our societies, careers and small businesses during this time.
CEO and founder of SweepSouth, Aisha Pandor joins us for a riveting night of discussion around the state of work amidst the COVID-19 pandemic and how SweepSouth is supporting their staff through this difficult time.
Following her recent enlightening article “Becoming in Times of Crisis”, we talk to Rekindle Founder, Rapelang Rabana, about what the need to reimagine how our society works will mean in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Using hard data, analysis and proprietary research, LifeCheq CEO ,Abu Addae, and LifeCheq Senior Consultant, Khoni Mompati, bring you an interactive workshop to get you from concept to flourishing business!
In the past, building product meant sitting with your team (or alone) in a remote place that none of your customers would ever visit until the product was perfect. When the founders believed that perfection had been acquired they would release the product into the wild and wait for the money to roll in. Or not roll in.