Top women business leaders and entrepreneurs weigh-in on the lessons they’ve learnt and the advice they’ve received that have helped them build businesses, teams and brands.Read more
You need to think new products and solution through and test them in the market, but the best way to do that is to launch as quickly as possible. Pippa Capstick and Ursula McDonald share how they’ve done just that, as well as other start-up lessons.Read more
Shannon McLaughlin founded Ubuntu Baba baby carriers out of a personal need and to offer herself and others support as a struggling and overwhelmed first time Mom. These are the leadership insights she’s gained along the way:Read more
These female entrepreneurs are breaking barriers, transforming industries and inspiring change on the continent.Read more
Organisations built by business women and that speak loudly and assertively for business women will send an unambiguous message that women belong in the community of entrepreneurs.Read more
Mpho Mpatane recently won third prize in The Workspace/MiWay Business Insurance Entrepreneur Competition. Her company supplies general and women-specific protective personal equipment and clothing in the mining and construction industries. This is her story.Read more
With woman’s month nearly at the end- take some inspiration from business woman, Sue Kiley. Who discusses, how selling her business paved a way for bigger and better opportunities for her to re-invent herself and how Andrew Bahlmann’s professional guidance, was pivotal in making this business transaction - a “Savvy...Read more
Chanelle Segerius-Bruce of www.Segeriusbrucecoaching.com talks through how she does business with a world-wide audience of entrepreneurs from her home in a rural part of the Eastern Cape.Read more
The bottom line is that while funders need to stretch further to reach female entrepreneurs, these entrepreneurs need to make their own efforts to connect and ready themselves to tap these resources. Only then will the latent economic value of women in our economy reach its full potential.Read more
Jacqui van der Riet might own an equal share of UDM International, a R230 million business that she’s been instrumental in building from the ground up, with the Chairman, but she started out as just another salaried employee. Not satisfied with answering phones, Jacqui started cold-calling potential customers, writing scripts...Read more
Scaling a business is an important part of growth, but it can be a bumpy ride in today’s economy, and it’s easy to make mistakes. Marisa da Silva of Infanta Foods knows this and explains how she overcame it.Read more
Joanna Soh's introspective look into why her YouTube channel is not a ‘side project’ and how she makes a difference to her audience.Read more
Discover the secrets of these ten innovative women entrepreneurs who have built highly successful SA businesses, while juggling family responsibilities.Read more
There has been a notable rise in female entrepreneurs in South Africa even with the many obstacles they know they need to overcome.Read more
Recently I had the privilege of speaking to two inspirational leaders who happen to be women. Here is what Bonnie Cooper and Esna Colyn shared on wearing the mantle of leadership.Read more
In the early 80s, Connie Mashaba worked for Southern Sun hotels as a junior bookkeeper. In 1985, her husband Herman Mashaba asked her to join his fledgling business in Garankuwa, north of Pretoria. What started out as a small manufacturer of hair care and grooming products for the black consumer...Read more
Business and leadership success start with a discipline of mindset moves, including having fun with your fear.
How You Can Transform Your Customer Experience And Why It Is Important
A dose of wisdom for high-performing entrepreneurs and executives, an inquiry of five simple – yet essential – questions.
Mo Rafi founded Rafi Credit Consulting Inc, a private consulting firm based in Toronto, Canada.