#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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25
NOV
2014

Ran Neu-Ner - Co-Founder and Co-CEO, The Creative Counsel

There are few organisations that are able to function with two CEOs, but The Creative Counsel seems to have been able to get it right: Ran Neu-Ner is one half of the dynamic duo that heads up this organisation, and he shares openly and candidly with us some of the lessons he has learned as he sometimes walked, sometimes sprinted, and sometimes crawled along on his TCC journey...and it's not even close to being over yet.

There are some very important lessons in this conversation that must not be missed.
19
NOV
2014

Anthony Farr - CEO, Allan Gray Orbis Foundation

In this insightful interview, Anthony Farr, the CEO of the Allan Gray Orbis Foundation, allows us an inside look into the way he tackles leading this organisation, and he shares many of the lessons he has learned as he continues his CEO leadership journey.

He is a really good man, doing some really good things.
18
NOV
2014

Gil Oved - Dragons Den SA Dragon, and Co-Founder & Co-CEO, The Creative Counsel

Gil Oved is a self made millionaire. He and his business partner started a business in 2001 with next to nothing, that today posts a turnover in excess of R600 million a year. The reasons for their success include Gil's often hard and direct demeanor seen on TV screens during episodes of Dragons Den SA, but he has another visionary, big dreamer, go get it, optimistic side that comes out during our interview with him...

In the words of our post production team: "He is brilliant!"
11
NOV
2014

Irfan Pardesi - CEO, ACM Gold

From Starbucks waiter to CEO of a company that is now valued at over four billion rand ($400 million), Irfan Pardesi has found success through a formula of simplification and focus that we unpack in this week's Rising Star Wednesdays episode.

Whether you are just starting out or a seasoned business leader, you will find great value listening to this discussion.
15
OCT
2014

Preetesh Sewraj - CEO & Chief Innovation Analyst, POY South Africa

The Product of the Year seal proudly serves as the standard of consumer confidence in 28 countries and this number is growing. Preetesh Sewraj is the South African arm's CEO and Chief Innovation Analyst (Listen to find out more about the significance of this interesting, double barrel title), and I caught up with him in their rather busy offices in the Johannesburg, South Africa.
08
OCT
2014

Graeme Victor - Founder and CEO, Du Pont Telecom

Graeme Victor's journey is one of corporate devotion AND entrepreneurial endeavour as he has led some of the top brands in South Africa, and then gone on to establish and run his own companies. In today's Future CEOs Podcast Episode, we sit with this iconic businessman and learn all we can as he shares the insights and wisdom he has gained over a career filled with Chief Executive titles and responsibilities.
07
OCT
2014

Lou Adler - Founder and CEO, The Adler Group

What mistakes are we making when hiring and firing, and how does this affect our company's bottom line? In this Future CEOs episode, we have a fascinating conversation with specialist recruiter and thought leader, Lou Adler, founder and CEO of The Adler Group, where he reveals what CEOs and companies are doing very wrong when it comes to who they hire and fire, especially as it relates to the realisation (or not) of the overall company strategy. He also shares invaluable personal insights from his own journey. Grab a notebook and pen...this is a good one!
03
OCT
2014

Barbara Mallinson - Founder and CEO, Obami

What do you get when you put a social network and an educational classroom together? I'm not 100% sure, but Barbara Mallinson, the Founder and CEO of Obami is. Obami is a social learning platform being used by hundreds of schools across Africa, Europe and the United States. It has been recognised as one of the “Top 10 Most Innovative Technologies in the World” by Netexplo, UNESCO and partners, and was identified as one of the “Top 20 Startups in Africa” by Forbes. And today we spend some time with Barbara, the brains and driving force behind it all.
01
OCT
2014

Dr Ivan Misner - Founder and Chairman BNI

In this episode of the Future CEOs Podcast, Gareth Armstrong talks with Dr Ivan Misner, Founder and Chairman of the world's largest business networking organisation, Business Network International (BNI). It is a very interesting discussion that includes insights into the early influences of Dr Misner, how he started BNI, and his top advice for effective networking.

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