Fred Roed

Why Does Heavy Chef Exist? [Podcast Interview]

Why Does Heavy Chef Exist? [Podcast Interview]

Recently, the founder of socially-conscious design agency Creative Seed, Lee Rael and his team launched SeedPod, a podcast seeking to unearth the impactive, socially relevant entrepreneurs in South Africa and beyond. Last week, Lee interviewed Heavy Chef founder Fred Roed to chat about failure, success, the entrepreneurial challenges in South Africa and Fred’s new venture.

The Business Book Club Founder Jacques Velleman's Three Top Business Books Of All Time

The Business Book Club Founder Jacques Velleman's Three Top Business Books Of All Time

The Business Book Club was founded in April 2017 by Jacques Velleman. The next author to be interviewed in Cape Town is Heavy Chef’s very own CEO, Fred Roed, on November 7th at the Centre For The Book, in Gardens. Fred flipped the roles on Jacques by catching up with him for a few questions, prior to the interview on the 7th.

Heavy Chef Partners With Taxify To Bring You An Even More Spectacular Event Experience

Heavy Chef Partners With Taxify To Bring You An Even More Spectacular Event Experience

In the face of monstrous competition, Taxify is steadily, but surely, eating up market share on the African continent. Fred Roed, CEO of Heavy Chef, reveals the exciting new partnership with this pugnacious startup from a small Eastern European country. Read more here.

Heavy Chef Launches First Guide On How To Start A Business In South Africa

Heavy Chef Launches First Guide On How To Start A Business In South Africa

It is with great excitement and anticipation that the Heavy Chef team announces the launch of its first book on May 24 in Cape Town. The Heavy Chef Guide To Starting A Business In South Africa is the first in a series of guidebooks written by Heavy Chefs in the entrepreneur community. To celebrate the book launch, each audience member who attends the event at Workshop17 in V&A Waterfront will be given a signed copy of the book.

Fred Roed: Thriving In The 4th Industrial Revolution Means Learning From The First

Fred Roed: Thriving In The 4th Industrial Revolution Means Learning From The First

Our venerable CEO is someone who knows a thing or two about digital economy. Fred Roed is the CEO of Heavy Chef and Co-founder of iconic South African digital transformation agency WWC. He is the recipient of “Biggest Contributor To The Digital Industry” award by the IAB. Fast Company named Roed as one of the top 100 most creative people in business. In October 2017, he gave a funny, thought-provoking presentation on the single lesson we can take into the next Industrial Revolution... by looking back in history at particular lessons and stories from the first industrial revolutions.