Jared chats to one of the bravest, humblest and most inspiring female entrepreneurs of our time in this exciting episode of the Entrepreneur on the Grow podcast series. Joy Ezeka, founder of the Zuri and Imani textile and surface design studio, tells us about her deeply personal journey of self-discovery and self-empowerment. She talks about abuse, creativity, learning, and of course, entrepreneurship. This is an episode not to be missed, so tune in now.
Big dreams, small budget: 7 affordable tips for marketing your startup
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Building a business and NOT focusing on your marketing is like owning a car without wheels – useless. Because your business is as good as the customers who know about it and, if 97% of them are...
Podcast: #12: Are you walking the talk? A story of sustainable entrepreneurship in action
Entrepreneur on the Grow Podcast Series
Daniela Samakosky, founder of Walk the Talk Africa, joins us in this thought-provoking episode of the Entrepreneur on the Grow podcast. Join our Head of Education, Jared Kruger, as he sits down with ...
A proudly South African, proudly female entrepreneur: The story of Mia Mélange
Jeanneke Malan, owner of creative startup Mia Mélange, is harnessing local talent to produce beautiful homeware and lifestyle products. In a recent interview, she tells us what inspires her as an ent...
Podcast: #11: Africa Made Only: Becoming a small business with big impact
Entrepreneur on the Grow Podcast Series | Startup stories
In this insightful episode of the Entrepreneur on the Grow podcast series, Jared Kruger sits down with corporate-climber turned startup-star, Ryan Amory. Drawing on his experiences as Startup School ...
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