Jamie Oliver is to turn the remains of his business empire into an ethical “B Corporation” that officially gives equal weight to people, the planet and profit. The former Naked Chef
We’ve all been there. A guy – almost invariably it is a guy – enters your train carriage and announces to anyone who will listen that he is down on
Measures to make it easier for small businesses, charities, co-operatives and social enterprises to bid for government contracts will be unveiled by ministers on Monday in an attempt to rebuild
Founder and Director of SA Teen Entrepreneur Foundation from Cape Town, South Africa
Live YOUR Leadership Legacy, inspired by African Leading Ladies - 7 minute highlight video of African Leading Ladies. President & Founder of Ignite Excellence Group Initiatives, Canada Topics: Business Women – Pushing yourself to your personal and Professional Potential Key Words Wisdom - In order to reach your potential we need to challenge what we are capable of doing. By becoming uncomfortable, pushing the edge of our comfort zone, we often meet a better version of ourselves.
Coordinator, Women Entrepreneurship Development, Tanzania. A perspective on micro-financing what to do and not to do.
First female pilot in South Africa and Captain of the first all-female flight crew.
Ambassador of Zimbabwe in Canada; Deputy Dean: Diplomatic corps in Ottawa. Managing Director and Owner, African Adventures, a travel/tourism venture in Zimbabwe.
Founder & Managing director of SRS Aviation based in South Africa - the first 100% black female owned aviation company that offers clients professional and personalized flight options to destinations around the world.
Gia Whitehead is the Sustainability Director/Founder of TSiBA Education, Gia was recognized as one of South Africa’s 100 Brightest Young Minds in 2002. Gia was also awarded Top Women Entrepreneur of the Year 2012 (Topco Media).
Managing Director, Nedbank (Swaziland) Limited - Pioneer: first woman in Swaziland to head up a Managing Director Post for an International Bank.
Tisha Greyling is a Principal and Director, Golder Associates Africa, Pioneer in public participation in South Africa. Tisha founded the first company that focuses on Public participation & engagement of Stakeholders in South Africa. Words of Wisdom: "Nothing is ever simple on your path to reach your dream or your goal. Accept that and don’t see it as a stumbling block. Have a plan A, plan B, plan C and still be able to think on your feet."
July 7/13 In this short presentation at the CCAfrica’s African Women Trade & Investment Opportunity Conference, Suzanne F Stevens shares pioneering African women’s strengths – which we all can learn from and opportunities for African women to expand their business impact.