Join the #FutureCEOs team in studio as Prof. Lauren Graham reveals the realities of youth unemployment – the causes, their impact, and some potential remedies. They also discuss how organisations, CSI departments, and others putting efforts into reducing this problem can be more effective.

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There are new and exciting things going on all over the world but consistency is the name of the game, according to our in studio guest – Harry Welbe-Cook, a noteworthy business advisor and co-owner of ActionCoach. Hlubi and Gareth ask him how to balance out the need for constant growth and innovation in our business, without losing track or the traction and momentum we built up through 2016.

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Some trends can literally send you and your business into an irrecoverable nosedive, while others could send you into the profitability stratosphere. Hlubi and Gareth are joined in studio by entrepreneurs and #FutureCEOs friends, Kyle Torrington and Andrew Taylor, founders of Lexnove and Legal Legends, where they discuss some of the big things 2017 has in store for aspiring executives, small business owners, big business owners, and everyone else in between.

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He lived one village over from Sir Richard Branson, became a hippie for a few years, and was an Officer in the Royal Air Force – how have these and other experiences assisted Jon Foster-Pedley in his development as a leader and now Dean of a top business school? Listen to this #FutureCEOs discussion to find out.

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It started by making music in his mother’s home in the early 2000s and has evolved into a highly successful digital business venture. How did Siya manage to merge music and business as successfully as he has? Listen as he shares his vision, passion and lessons learnt on the journey to success.

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He left a big job with a top company to start his own thing. Ten years on, Jason Ray is making R60 million+ a year. How did he do it? Listen to this #FutureCEOs conversation.

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Do you find yourself second guessing your business venture because it might be too simple? Lere Mosieane shined his first shoe in 2003 and since then hasn’t looked back. Today he is running a successful shoe shining company that is not only client-orientated, but passionate about developing and creating job opportunities for previously disadvantaged people. Join the #Future CEOs team as they unpack his journey to success.

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Travelling at 200km per hour down a narrow, rocky dirt track might seem like a terrifying experience, but equally terrifying can be the risks associated with starting or growing one’s company. Hlubi Mboya Arnold and Gareth Armstrong speak to top executives from Redlined, Samsung, and Top Car, to help us understand the parallels between high octane motor sports and business.

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What is the cost of “free” to us both personally and as business people? How does a #FeesMustFall movement undermine our future business potential? Gareth Armstrong poses these questions and more to Dr John Demartini, who gives very direct answers and doesn’t mince his words – put your big person pants on and get prepared for this interesting and important discussion.

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William Adoasi is a Virgin Startup ambassador and Founder of Vitae London, who is doing something remarkable with the profits of his growing and popular watch brand. The #FutureCEOs team explores what this is and how it is changing the public’s response to him and his business.

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