Success at The Business Talk Seminar 2017

Young entrepreneurs were encouraged to fight the plague of procrastination at the 2017 Business Talk Seminar held at Cane Growers Hall.

Ngcebo Makhetha a Forex trader and panellist at the event said the best way to make in business was to look for an opportunity in your specific craft. There were multiple speakers who are all young entrepreneurs from all walks of life and specialising in a wide variety of fields.

“My advice for young people is they need to see the invisible, believe the impossible and just start,” said Makhetha.

Women were well represented by entrepreneurs such as Thando Ntshayintshayi who owns a Promotions company. She highlighted the advantages of working from a people centred model, the challenges of running small businesses and the advantages of being a small enterprise.

“The power of flexibility is what you have as a small business, you’re able to change quicker, which is different from the big companies. You are closer to the client and to your customers,” said Ntshayintshayi.

Other speakers included Mluleki Qwabe, from Modern Man, which sells affordable men’s wear.

The event was facilitated by Faculty of management sciences, in partnership with PR company Uvoletho, PR Dynamic along with Gomobile which sponsored a lucky contestant with a laptop.



By: Naledi Sikhakhane


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