Nineteen months in, Eugene De Beer and Scelo Makhathini – co-founders of LinkdPro – have a successful startup on their hands. Is it because Scelo is a qualified charted accountant? Does Eugene agree? How have they done it together? Gareth Armstrong asks this and more during this week’s important #FutureCEOs #StartUpOfTheWeek conversation.

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Five years down the line most startups fail. Make sure your business is sustainable and purpose-driven. #FutureCEOs’ Hlubi Mboya talks to Nthabi Montsho, CEO of Soul Inspiration, on what it takes for social entrepreneurs to succeed. #StartUpOfTheWeek

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Entrepreneurship is hard. Make sure you have support before you risk it in business. #FutureCEOs’ Hlubi Mboya talks to Charlotte du Plessis, Managing Director of Woman of Stature, on getting back to the basics of business.

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#FutureCEOs’ Hlubi and Gareth talk to Emmanuel Ebonoko, one of the Forbes 30 under 30, about his work as a social entrepreneur and his emphasis on reminding young people in Africa that poverty is not in your pocket, but in your head!

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How do you mix your idea with the right skills to build your business? #FutureCEOs’ Hlubi Mboya Arnold asks this question and more to our in-studio guests from the Dutch Embassy, Orange Corners, Heineken South Africa, and some high-potential entrepreneurs.

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With robots replacing human workers at alarming rates #FutureCEOs’ Hlubi and Gareth talk to Lee Naik, technologist and CEO of Transunion on how to “Drive Your Own Relevance” with “Packaged Common Sense” in the age of artificial intelligence.

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How did Lorenzo Escobal end up with Google and Tesla as his clients? During this #FutureCEOs conversation Hlubi and Gareth draw out of the founder of Automative Detailing on his go to market strategy that has set him apart.

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George Argyropoulous has grown his business from garage startup to servicing clients from all over the world. How he did this can be heard during this #FutureCEOs conversation where Gareth and Hlubi prompt the Cruises International CEO to share his story and business insights.

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Why would you leave global giants like Estée Lauder, L’Oréal, Clinique, Aramis, and Tom Ford, to start you own business? Hlubi and Gareth are joined in studio by Natasha Bennett, CEO of Brand Alley, who describes her journey from global multinational to her own business – including the highs and lows. A must listen #FutureCEOs conversation.

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A professional sportsman for over 10 years, an adventure athlete, and a businessman – Erik Vermeulen joins Hlubi Mboya Arnold and Gareth Armstrong in studio to help them understand how important risk, process, and preparation are to the success of one’s business. Don’t miss this #FutureCEOs conversation.

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