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Heavy Chef 31st October: SUCCESS THINKING (Cape Town) - How To Survive In The 4th Industrial Revolution

  • Workshop 17 17 Dock Road Cape Town, WC, 8002 South Africa (map)

After a high-energy event in Johannesburg, our two dapper speakers turn their sights on the Mother City. If you're fascinated (and flippen terrified) by the events of the 4th Industrial Revolution, then this event is a must-see. Marc and Rich are going to reveal the secret you need know in order to survive and thrive in this crazy environment - and, just a heads up, that secret is probably NOT what you think. 

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What: Surviving In The 4th Industrial Revolution
When: Tuesday 31st October, 6pm - 8:30pm
Who: Rich Mulholland, Marc Rogatschnig, Fred Roed
Where: Workshop 17, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town
How much: R95
Catering: Tasty Joe & Co snacks, yummy Sir Fruit juices, chilled CBC beer and sumptuous Backsberg wine, all complimentary, woop. 
Partners: WWC, PayFast, Whipping The Cat, Primedia. 

Our speakers: 

Richard Mulholland kicked off his career as a rock n roll roadie, operating lights for bands such as Iron Maiden and Def Leppard. From there he started SA's largest presentation firm, Missing Link and co-founded 21Tanks, SA's first perspective lab. Rich is also the author of Legacide, about changing your legacy mindset. 

Marc Rogatschnig is a Clinical Psychologist, author and executive coach. Marc is currently completing his Phd focusing on the impact of a leader's character on team effectiveness. Marc works with blue chip companies across the globe, consulting to leaders at the highest level and - somehow - also finds time to surf, write and be with his beloved wife and kids. 

Fred Roed will begin proceedings with an introduction to the 4th Industrial Revolution. Fred the CEO of Heavy Chef Pty Ltd, and co-founder of digital transformation agency WWC. Roed was awarded “Best Individual Contribution to the South African Digital Industry” at the 2015 Bookmark Awards. Fast Company Magazine named Fred as one of The Top 100 Creative People In Business.