Entrepreneurship To The Point: #TheTruthIs

Thu Jul 26, 18:00 - Thu Jul 26, 21:00


 ...Property Point’s Entrepreneurship To The Point session on:

Fail fast, fail forward, it’s part of the path to eventual success – you have probably heard the buzzwords before, and there is a reason this conversation seems to repeat itself in entrepreneurship circles; it is the only thing that is unavoidable.

At this Entrepreneurship To The Point session, we are bringing you four different entrepreneurs at four different stages of their business’s journey to give you case study examples of specific situations where things didn’t quite go according to plan. We are calling this session The Truth Is, because we want to get to the point, with as little fluff and pleasantries as possible. You in?

In a warm intimate setting at the Mesh Club in Rosebank, we will hear the failure stories of these exemplary entrepreneurs.
Letty Ngobeni, CEO, Integrico
Letty Ngobeni, Property Point alumni, founder and CEO of Integrico (Pty) Ltd and Mndhavazi Trading Enterprise (Pty)Ltd, and Runner Up for National Business Woman of the year for Women in Property. With over 8 years of experience in the business industry, Letty strives to ensure constant growth in business and making sure that she is never limited to providing a single service in her industry. She has diversified her business and now owns a chain of butcheries as well as a coffee shop named Cup ‘O Joy, which can be found in corporate buildings such as MTN.
Vere Shaba, Director, Shaba & Ramplin
Vere Shaba, award-winning, green building innovator and director of Shaba & Ramplin, an engineering consulting firm. Vere is a currently on the Property Point programme as part of the Attacq intake. She is a frequent conference panelist and one of Forbes Africa’s top 30 under 30 for 2018. Vere holds a BScEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of Cape Town and she is a Green Star SA Accredited Professional with the Green Building Council of South Africa.
Ludwick Marishane, Founder, Headboy Industries
Ludwick Marishane, Founder of Headboy Industries and Inventor of DryBath, the world’s first waterless bathing lotion. He has been rated as the best student entrepreneur in the world and Google named him one of the 12 Brightest Young Minds in the World. TIME magazine named him one of the thirty people under thirty who are changing the world.
Jaun Pienaar, Founder, Apex Media
Jaun Pienaar, founder of Apex Media, Founding Partner of Thought Engine, World Economic Forum Global Shaper in the Johannesburg Hub, and one of Forbes Africa’s top 30 under 30 in 2018. He has worked alongside some of the continent’s most renowned companies, developing several award-winning strategies and campaigns for the likes of Microsoft, Bidvest, Philips and Barclays Africa/Absa among others.
 The speakers' presentations will succinctly unpack their journeys highlighting a specific business venture or idea which did not work. 
 What to expect from this session:
This particular session will:
  Provide the attendees with practical case study examples of a failed venture or business idea 
  Share a practical story of what was learned from the experience 
  Motivate the attendees by providing practical lessons learned 
 The details of the event are as follows: 
 Date:Thursday, 26 July 2018 
 Time:18:30 - 21:30 
 Venue:MESH Club Rosebank
2nd Floor Trumpet On Keyes, 21 Keyes Avenue, Rosebank, Johannesburg, 2196
 Investment:R150 pp which includes light refreshments 
 Seating is limited. ALL tickets to be booked via Quicket with limited tickets available at the door.

Please book and pay for your seat upfront via Quicket. Should you have issues using Quicket, please email
[email protected]

We look forward to seeing you there!

Disclaimer: All content generated from this event can be used as promotional material.


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