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Roche Mamabolo is an author, blogger, entrepreneur, mentor and most of all, a teacher.

Roche is a founder of LORA Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Roche started his career as an accountant, after completing his articles and worked for various consulting companies until he started his own entrepreneurship consultancy in 2006.

By focusing on everything from effective entrepreneurship, innovation, and leadership, to the spread of ideas and changing everything, Roche has been able to motivate and inspire countless people around the country.

Roche holds a B.Com Accounting [Honours] degree, Diploma in Company Law, Higher Diploma in Taxation, MBA [Finance], Phd [Entrepreneurship].

Roche is executive chairman of Vuka Board of Advisors for Entrepreneurs.

Roche is a co-curator for TEDxGaborone [www.tedxgaborone.com] and curating team for TEDxJohannesburg [www.tedxjohannesburg.co.za]

Roche is the author of an entrepreneurship book called: The Start-Up Revolution: Fit In or Stand Out.

The following are some of the short interviews Roche had on various entrepreneurship issues:

The StartUp Revolution Book TV interview:

 

SABC Interview on tips for family businesses

Had an opportunity to be interview by Maanda Tshifularo on my recent TEDxJohannesburg talk. Here is a link to podcast of our chat:

http://www.superlead.org/podcast/superlead-podcast-episode-8-dr-roche-mamabolo-entrepreneur-author-start-up-revolution/

Being interviewed by My Big Startup on Entrepreneurship:

http://mybigstartup.com/video/tbd-roche-mamabolo-2-4

Roche expressing thoughts on the impact of Soweto businesses riots 2015:

Contact Details:

Email: roche.mamabolo@gmail.com

Twitter: @rochemamabolo

Skype: radipolelos

Blog: rochemamabolo.wordpress.com

8 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Themba Simelane says:

    Interesting read: Focus on Strengths
    Don’t invest time shoring up non-character flaws at the exclusion of investing in your strengths. People operating from a position of strength enjoy a far lower rate of failure than those laboring in areas of weakness. You’re built to give your talents to the world; be diligent about finding expressions for them in your career.

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