LORA Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship strives to bring thought leaders, men and women who are pathfinders, entrepreneurs and change agents, men and women who have affected the very fibre of our thought processes, who influence our set of beliefs, and engage our mindsets in elements of value.
LORA has invite experienced entrepreneurs to share their stories with us.
On Saturday, 19 May 2018, we are hosting entrepreneur Mme Marang Marekimane.
Talk to any entrepreneurs and the chances are they will tell you that one of the biggest challenges is creating businesses and brands that are sustainable and can exist for the long haul. South African entrepreneur, Marang Marekimane, has recognised this challenge and her company Business Process Mechanics is poised to help others to get their systems and processes in place to create solid, sustainable businesses that can go the distance.
Her company assists entrepreneurs to formulate growth strategies with a particular focus on the business processes.
For more than a decade in the corporate sector, Marang applied her training in various process and project management methodologies, including SixSigma, Agile and PrinceII, on strategic projects for corporations such as Liberty, First National Bank (FNB) and Standard Bank.
Now Marang uses her knowledge and experience to articulate her insight of business development into turnkey solutions that improve the sustainability of small and medium enterprises.
Having stayed in China for a while, Marang is fluent in Mandarin.
Come join us and interact with Mme Marekimane on her entrepreneurship journey.
Date: Saturday, 19 May 2018
Time: 13:00 – 14:30
Space is very limited.
To RSVP and pay: firstname.lastname@example.org
[LORA Centre students and alumni get 100% discount]
Venue: Midrand [3 Tybalt Place, Waterfall Office Park, Bekker Road, Vorna Valley, Midrand. [there is secured parking]