I come from very humble beginnings. I had to pay my own school fees. I had to cut grass and wash cars. There was really no money.— Marnus Broodryk
Shark Tank is Dragons’ Den on steroids!— Marnus Broodryk
If you really have a great idea; you don’t need money!— Marnus Broodryk
Marnus Broodryk is a “Shark” on M-Net’s show "Shark Tank”.
Shark Tank is a show where participants pitch their product or ideas for a Shark’s consideration.
Marnus Broodryk started his own web-design business when he was 14. By the time he was 24 he was a millionaire.
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Everything on Shark Tank is 100% real.— Marnus Broodryk
There was no money for me to go to university. I studied part-time.— Marnus Broodryk
All our accounting software is in the cloud. You get all your papers wherever you are.— Marnus Broodryk
We’re moving away from being a mere compliance service. SMEs often can’t afford a CA. We give the service of a CA, but at a much lower cost.— Marnus Broodryk
Entrepreneurship in South Africa is alive and well.— Marnus Broodryk
Got an idea? You need to start small.— Marnus Broodryk
Forget about an idea! You don’t need it! When last did you call an electrician, and they arrived on time? Be an electrician and give good service!— Marnus Broodryk
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