#MeetTheCEO™

INTELLIGENT AFRICA™  |  Podcast , ±39 min episodes every 6 weeks, 6 days  | 
These are the big boys and number one ladies in business. And each #MeetTheCEO™ podcast we have the opportunity to sit at the feet of one of these top CEOs, chairpersons, or executives from brands we admire, and learn from the insights and wisdom they share.

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22
MAR
2018

#MeetTheCEO who fights every day for the freedom of the media in South Africa

How does one end up as the CEO of award-winning newspaper, the Mail & Guardian? Hlubi and Gareth listen carefully to Hoosain Karjieker - CEO of M&G - as he describes his formative years, learning how to say no, and making sure top-notch journalism remains profitable in an ever-changing world. Don’t miss this #MeetTheCEO conversation – proudly brought to you by Coronation.
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23
FEB
2018

#MeetTheCEO taking on Uber...and doing a great job of it!

Ever been told that you are “too young”? Ever been told "it can't be done!"? Our studio guest is proof that when you have the focus and vision to succeed, all these menial factors others measure become null and void. During this #MeetTheCEO convo, we talk to Markus Villig, CEO of the multinational organisation, Bolt (formerly Taxify), and discuss how he made his way to the top at the age of 23, and so much more!
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19
OCT
2017

#MeetTheCEO who is listening before doing

Heading up a large, multi-national organisation is not easy – even tougher is a new CEO’s first 6 to 12 months leading a team and organisation that may even be resistant to change. Gareth Armstrong is joined in studio by Lee Naik, CEO of TransUnion Africa, to explore how he has coped with his first 10 or so months in the CEO office and how his new organisation is moving, growing, and changing under his leadership. Don’t miss this #MeetTheCEO conversation.
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06
OCT
2017

#MeetTheCEO who is influencing an industry at 25yrs old

Would you employ a 25-year-old to head up your organisation as CEO? You might think twice, but the BitCo board didn't. Listen to this insightful and telling #MeetTheCEO conversation between Gareth Armstrong and Jarryd Chatz, the current CEO of telecommunications company, BitCo, where they explore the complexities, and pros and cons of leading at such a young age.
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14
SEP
2017

#MeetTheCEO of one of the largest consulting businesses in Africa

How does a self-confessed ADHD, poor academic, with some real trials in the early part of his life rise above all of this to fill the role and office of CEO of one of the largest independent consulting businesses in Southern Africa? We explore this question and more during this relaxed but hugely insightful #MeetTheCEO conversation between Adam Craker, CEO of IQ Business, and Gareth Armstrong in the CliffCentral studios.
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15
JUN
2017

#MeetTheCEO so serious and focused she left her peers in the dust

She was accused of being too serious when she was younger, and maybe she was, but that focus and determination has resulted in Zizipho Nyanga being appointed as the CEO of the Masisizane Fund, and now in a place to push and invest in her passions – entrepreneurship and women empowerment. Listen to this lovely #MeetTheCEO conversation with a senior executive we can all learn from and look up to.
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01
JUN
2017

#MeetTheCEO offering peace of mind to SA's most vulnerable

The CEO of AllLife Group, Ross Beerman, joins Hlubi and Gareth in studio to talk about his journey from founder to CEO of an organisation that is taking a very different approach to life insurance and how people diagnosed with HIV/Aids are able to access the peace of mind associated with it. A thought-provoking #MeetTheCEO conversation.
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06
APR
2017

#MeetTheCEO helping woman step up and into their power

More and more we find women at the forefront of change and leadership - mothers and wives contributing successfully to all the roles they dare take upon themselves. Faith Khanyile, CEO of WDB Investment Holdings, is such a power woman. Listen as she chats to the team during this #MeetTheCEO podcast and shares her winning recipe of how to achieve success as a woman striving to bring about change and making a difference.
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03
DEC
2014

#MeetTheCEO who can't stop starting businesses

Emilian Popa, the CEO of Groupon SA has an impressive resume having traveled and started business all over the world. With platforms like Zando, Lamoda, Jumia, and Groupon under his founder belt, Emilian has lived life at the high pace and equally high demands that tech startups demand. This has allowed him to develop a very unique skill set and enjoy experiences that now allow him to share with all of us who look up to him and the Groupon brand.
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26
NOV
2014

#MeetTheCEO who says women need to step up

After spending time with Lynn Madeley, the CEO of Havas Southern Africa, I am not surprised that she is sitting in the office that she currently occupies. Lynn brings with her leadership a superb balance of "go and do" and the skills and experience necessary to see people and situations for what they really are and what is really going on.

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