Graeme Wilson, founder of award-winning legal firm 'Whipping The Cat', sees law differently. Starting his career pacing the hallways of large corporates, working for multi-national firms. In Part 1 he spoke about 'New Law' and how the legal profession is changing. In Part 2, Graeme talks about the bare bones basics of what entrepreneurs need to know in starting and growing their businesses. This is a must watch video for anyone who's embarking on an entrepreneurial journey.
Last month, the newly-hatched Heavy Chef Foundation collaborated with Nedgroup Investments to bring Niket Desai and Valter Adão to a scintillating event at Workshop17 in Sandton. Valter Adão is the Chief Digital Officer at Deloitte Africa and a member of Singularity University. Valter travels around the world teaching people about the Revolution that is happening and how our lives are being irrevocably changed. In this fascinating interview with CEO of Heavy Chef, Fred Roed, Valter shares some of these insights and what we can do to survive and thrive.
Jonathan Smit is the founder and MD of Payfast, which last week was at the centre of the largest-ever acquisition in the African payments sector, after selling a majority stake to Kenyan-based DPO Group.. Heavy Chef anchor Caley Africa investigates the journey that Smit has been on over the past decade, growing Payfast into an international payments powerhouse.
Graeme Wilson, founder of award-winning legal firm 'Whipping The Cat', sees law differently. Starting his career pacing the hallways of large corporates, working for multi-national firms. This shaped his outlook on law, and underpinned his foundational belief that law should be accessible and mobile - and ultimately evolutionary. In this interview, the first of two parts, Graeme shares how law is being disrupted internationally and what we need to know. Graeme also shares the story behind the iconic name of his company.
In a remarkable interview with a truly remarkable individual, Heavy Chef anchor Caley Africa chats to South African surfing legend Roxy Davis on her extraordinary rise from nine-times national surfing champion to creating the iconic surf apparel and experience company 'Roxy's Surfing Emporium'. Roxy presents fascinating insights into what it takes to be a winner at sport, at business, and at life.
Inspirational Springbok Captain Siya Kolisi visited one of Heavy Chef's most entrepreneurial community members, Sikelela Dibela, at his vibrant coffee shop in the heart of Khayelitsha. Siki's makes one of the best brews in the Western Cape, and his shop is constantly filled with local entrepreneurs, artisans and creatives who love the combination of wifi and silky smooth cappuccinos. Heavy Chef CEO Fred Roed and Heavy Chef Project Manager Siyabonga Mbaba spoke to Kolisi about his leadership experience and some of the most salient lessons he's learned along his incredible journey.