The Standard Bank Top Women Conference has established itself as one of the leading gatherings of the top entrepreneurial minds in the country. This year’s agenda was led not only by furthering the conversation around mental health in the workplace, addressing the digital gender divide and equality at all levels but, it honed in on the ‘she-cession’ and the tangible impact of COVID-19 on women in the workplace.
“Women have to be financially independent so they can make choices!” – Margaret Hirsch, Executive Director of the Hirsch’s Homestore Group
Margaret Hirsch, Executive Director of the Hirsch’s Homestore Group, was recently a panelist at the Standard Bank Top Women Virtual Conference 2021, taking part in the “A roadmap to entrepreneurial success” panel discussion, and diving into powerful strategies from the top for how to build a high-profit business.
Wealth Migrate’s Scott Picken zooms in on scenario planning & its impact on the global and local property markets
Investors need to be aware of the red flags that bedeck the global economy and have the potential to derail the most careful preparation. Scott Picken, Chairman Of The Board at Global Wealth Group, Founder and CEO of Wealth Migrate, and the Founder of Orbvest, weighs in on property markets.
4 Tips on how you can use digital transformation to succeed – Nic Laschinger, CTO at Euphoria Telecom
Much is made of the need for businesses to transform digitally to be where their customers are, and to be able to better weather disruptions like lockdowns by being able to function online. The companies making these statements are often tech businesses, which can help companies to better take advantage of the digital era.
“Choose to be part of building a well-rounded and sustainable future!” – Head of Marketing and Communications at L2D, Heloise Mgcina
Heloise Mgcina is Liberty Two Degree’s (L2D) seasoned Marketer with over 20 years in the industry, spanning across multiple industries from Telecoms to Professional Services and Banking, and more recently Property. She is a member of the Marketing Committee for SA REIT Association, and a Liberty Two Degrees Exco member.
What a brand says, how it says it and how it behaves all make a difference in how a marketing campaign is received by audiences. The challenge is that a brand cannot by default be a person – but it can show what it stands for through people, which is why influencers are playing an increasingly important role in the conversations that brands are having with their target audiences.