I recently had the privilege of being asked by one of my mentors to speak to two school students who are looking to start their own company. This was a fortunate turn of events when considering the recent articles on entrepreneurship and youth leadership on Stock Shop Daily News. Being
Business funding and capital contribution have, for the most part, taken center stage when debating the topic of start-ups. Novice entrepreneurs that aren’t entirely familiar with business or a particular industry, have a misconstrued ideology that funding is the only way to boost a new venture. Local statistics show that
Like many people across the world – post the Davos gathering this year I have become extremely excited about the “4th industrial revolution”. What has become clear is that we stand on the brink of a technological revolution that will alter the way we all live, work, relate and most
The Stock Shop team had the opportunity to interview Andrew Kawonza. This interview gave us some insight on the trader, businessman and family man. 1) Hi Andrew, please tell us where you were born? I was born and raised in Harare, Zimbabwe until I moved to South Africa in 1995.