Masterclasses run by actual masters.
Heavy Chef and Xero have designed a curriculum of workshops that feature the most inspiring technologists, leaders and creatives from around the world. Each workshop is hosted at stunningly appointed Workshop17 workspaces around Africa, and facilitated by Heavy Chefs. Our workshop facilitators are not merely academics, these are the people who have dug the trenches, who have done their 10,000 hours, who have eaten their own food. Our Morning Masterclass series is designed to inspire you to get started on new aspects of your entrepreneurial journey, and empower you to succeed.
R1480. Cape Town. Jacques Oberholzer. (Includes Free Notebook.) It’s about your MVP baby. Your minimum viable product. The first step of the marathon. It’s also the start of that hockey stick. You don’t want to mess that shizz up, believe us. To get it right, HumanWrit.es and Heavy Chef has invited one of our proudest exports, Jacques Oberholzer, to come in and lift the lid on how to make that first iteration of your world-beating product something truly special.
R1480. Cape Town. Dr. Carla Enslin. Heavy Chef hosts South African leading brand practitioner Dr. Carla Enslin to teach an exclusive masterclass in October. Dr. Carla Enslin is one of the founding members of Vega School and Heads up Strategy as well as New Business Development for the group. Carla leads the national team of Navigators (lecturers) across 4 campuses nationwide. Heavy Chef has invited Dr. Carla Enslin, founder of the class-leading Vega School, to run an exclusive Masterclass that will reveal how to create a brand for your organisation that will elevate you above the noise.
R1480. Johannesburg. Craig Rodney. On the 14th November 2018, Heavy Chef is taking a deep dive into the world of Instagram, with Craig Rodney, who runs the massively popular @southafrica Instagram account, to run an exclusive morning masterclass in order to unpack what it takes to become the world heavyweight champion of Instagram.
R1480; Cape Town. Ryan Stramrood. From being a corporate couch potato in his thirties ten years ago, Ryan Stramrood has already completed 81 Robben Island-to-mainland crossings, swam solo across the notorious English Channel, swam the first official “Ice Mile” in -1°C water in Antarctica, completed the world’s first swim around the southernmost tip of South America – Cape Horn – and was the first South African male to swim from Europe to Africa across the Gibraltar Strait. Ryan’s next challenge? Teaching you, grit.
R1480. Cape Town. Gabriel Luna-Ostaseski. In the penultimate learning experience for 2018, Heavy Chef is proud to host a true ‘master of scale’, San Francisco-native, Gabriel Luna-Ostaseski, who will be spending a week in Cape Town over December to share the secrets of super-growth scaling. Gabe will share the secrets that he used while working with Uber, Thumbtack and Modernize in order to truly grow your company.
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