#17: Jaryd Raizon: The entrepreneur bringing a global job market to South African youth


Jared Kruger

03 Aug 2020

Listening time: 34 min Entrepreneur on the Grow Podcast Series | Startup stories
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We recently sat down with Jaryd Riazon, founder of Trusted Interns and the Shift Tomorrow movement. This is a story of how entrepreneurship meets social impact; a story packed with hope, inspiration and the strong sense that we can do more, together. Find out how Jaryd became the leader of a local business providing unemployed youth in South Africa with the education, funding and opportunities they need to start and grow their careers. Learn about his successful collaboration with Uber and Yoco, and discover what he has planned for 2020!

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