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‘Against All Odds,We will Flourish’- Doing Business in Eastern cape

‘Against All Odds,We will Flourish’- Doing Business in Eastern cape

‘Against All Odds,We will Flourish’- Doing Business in Eastern cape
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Listen what successful businessmen, entrepreneurs and educators have to say about opportunities and challenges of doing business in Eastern Cape. How the region is coping despite various constraints of labour, skills, capital and regulations.  Listen Now

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Avijit is the Managing Director & CEO of  EverReady Pty Ltd . He is based in Port Elizabeth and has been living there for the last ten years. He has been actively involved with the local business chamber. Avijit is married and has two sons. He loves to eat , travel and whenever time permits, dabbles with painting and photography

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Er. Roshan Chazhikadan has been residing in South Africa for last 23 years. He has seen the transformation of the socio economic organizations in South Africa and has keenly been following the same. Roshan is engaged in his own business.

Mr Moochikal (Ramesh) has a Bachelor’s Degree in Physics and Masters in Business from University of Bombay and XLRI Respectively. Ramesh has established a distinguished career in the Agri/Food Commodities sector in Africa for the past 20 years. He has lived and worked extensively throughout Africa and is currently responsible for Southern and Eastern African operations. MDR has worked close to farmer groups, worked alongside government programs, set up and run logistics, processing operations and distribution structures in African markets. He is often consulted by banks, government structures, NPOs and by businesses.MDR lives in Durban with his wife and 2 daughters and enjoys weekend Squash and Cricket.

 

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I am an orthopod by training from CMC Vellore India. I came to Transkei in 1994 because I got married to an ex-African. I was posted to a very rural hospital where we worked for six years rearing our family. A book can be written about our experience there. We got transferred to East London E Cape in 2000. Now I am completely involved in Hospital administration with the accompanying loss of hair.

Listen what successful businessmen, entrepreneurs and educators have to say about opportunities and challenges of doing business in Eastern Cape. How the region is coping despite various constraints of labour, skills, capital and regulations. Listen Now

‘Against All Odds,We will Flourish’- Doing Business in Eastern cape
1 vote, 3.00 avg. rating (70% score)

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