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The CEO Podcast
22 minutes | 2 years ago
A Seat at the Table (ft. Busi Mkhumbuzi Pooe)
Season 2 is on its way! Lets recap. Episode 10: A Seat at the Table (ft. Busi Mkhumbuzi Pooe) On this episode we speak to Busi Mkhumbuzi Pooe, a global activist, entrepreneur, mother and wife. The final episode of season 1 of the CEO Podcast. On this episode we spoke to Busi about how her activism has shaped her and the businesses she runs. Busi speaks about the importance of owning your story and self-confidence, as well as the experience of hosting global figures such as Presidents Barack Obama and Cyril Ramaphosa. Our greatest victories come once we start propping others up and making the most of our opportunities. Subscribe to the podcast to never miss out.
20 minutes | 2 years ago
Plant the Seed (ft. Pineapple Insurance)
Season 2 is on it way! Lets recap. Episode 9: Plant the Seed (ft. Pineapple Insurance) On this episode we speak to Matthew Elan Smith, Ndabenhle Junior Ngulube and Marnus van Heerden, the co-founders of Pineapple Insurance, a multi-award-winning Insurance technology company. We stopped by at the busy office of Pineapple Insurance. These young men are disrupting the Insurance industry and making moves with a very talented team. They broke down the app market and explained where many entrepreneurs go wrong when trying to use technology in their startups. Download the app to insure yourself and build your Pineapple community. https://bit.ly/getPineapple Subscribe to the podcast to never miss out.
17 minutes | 2 years ago
Balancing the Books (ft. Boitumelo Nonyane)
Season 2 is on its way! Lets recap Episode 8: Balancing the Books (ft. Boitumelo Nonyane) On this episode we speak to Boitumelo Nonyane, a former student leader and all around bad*ss. She is the CEO of online marketplace Sikio and co-CEO of photography company 5to9 Imagery. Boitumelo breaks down how to build a service orientated business, as well as the importance of building a great customer experience. Subscribe to the podcast to never miss out.
31 minutes | 2 years ago
Say It With Your Chest (ft. Thami Pooe)
Season 2 is on its way! Lets recap Episode 7: Say It With Your Chest (ft. Thami Pooe) On this episode we speak to Thami Pooe, a former student leader and current debating coach. He is also the founder of Tshimong and Varsity Diggs, two success businesses. However, and most importantly, he is a husband and father. If you hear baby noises in the background, that's baby Maru trying to get a feature. Thami is an entreprenuer with the passion to use his leadership and debating experience to create creative, commercially viable entities. On this episode he takes us on his entrepreneurial journey, shaped by debating and service. Subscribe to the podcast to never miss out.
17 minutes | 2 years ago
Leadership Theory (ft. Nkululeko Tselane)
Season 2 is on its way! Lets recap Episode 6: Leadership Theory (ft. Nkululeko Tselane) On this episode we speak to Nkululeko Tselane, the CEO and founder of Kuyasha Media. In this episode Nkululeko speaks about the importance of taking risks. He speaks about the relationship between leadership and entrepreneurship and how he built his team. Subscribe to the podcast to never miss out.
18 minutes | 2 years ago
Lights, Camera, Activism (ft. Thabo Boom)
Season 2 is on its way! Lets recap Episode 5: Lights, Camera, Activism (ft. Thabo Boom) On this episode we speak to Thabo Boom, a social activist, postgraduate law student at Wits University, and producer on one of South Africa's top dramas. In this episode Thabo speaks about his activism and how it lead him to being a producer on a highly successful South African drama. He also speaks about the power of marketing and understanding your consumer market. Subscribe to the podcast to never miss out.
13 minutes | 2 years ago
People Before Profits (ft. Enhle Khumalo
Season 2 is on its way! Lets recap. Episode 4: People Before Profits (ft. Enhle Khumalo) On this episode we speak to Enhle Khumalo, a Wits University Masters graduate and a co-founder of MbalEnhlesis. She is also a Social Strategist and Community Manager. "Representation Matters" In this episode Enhle speaks about social entrepreneurship, and how to combine running a business and uplifting the community. She also speaks about how to navigate in traditionally un-diverse spaces. Subscribe to the podcast to never miss out.
20 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode 3: Awakhiwe Kona
Episode 3: The Story of AK (ft. Awakhiwe Kona). On this episode we speak to Awakhiwe Kona in the noisy street of Johannesburg. Awakhiwe is a self-made stylist who seeks to redefine style in the South African landscape. A young Xhosa man who studied Actuarial Science at Wits University and went on to work in corporate as an Actuarial Analyst. As a young professional, he faced a problem of very expensive retail suits that did not fit really well (the guy has super long hands). This prompted him to get his suits tailored and results were amazing. At lower cost, he could get a taste of both worlds... a perfect fit and a customized suit which resonated with his personality. Awakhiwe gave his advise for startups in the products and service industry. As always he has also given us tips on how to avoid the mistakes he’s made on his journey. Subscribe to the podcast to never miss out. #TheCEOPodcast #SuccessPersonified
21 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode 2: Khanya Mkoto
Episode 2: Listen to the Kids Bro (ft. Khanya Mkoto) On this episode we speak to Khanya Mkoto, an international math whizkid, social entrepreneur and the founder of the Young Catalyst. Khanya gave some insight into the state of mathematics in South Africa as well as some tips on running a service-orientated business and which form your young entity should take. In this episode Khanya emphasized the importance of finding a mentor and of being mentor to younger kids.
12 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode 1: Morena Maitsha
S01E01: Economic Freedom (ft. Morena Maitsha). In this episode we speak to the founder of CEO Apparel, Morena Maitsha. Morena is a Wits University graduate and a lawyer at one of the leading law firms in South Africa. In this episode Morena speaks about the origins of the CEO Apparel brand, as well challenges he's experience on the way. He lets us in on his business NON-NEGOTIABLES.
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