The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Adcorp CEO Richard Pike.
Pike discussed Adcorp’s results.
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
We took a lot of cost out of the business.— Richard Pike, Adcorp
Our business in South Africa is smaller than three years ago. Our market share, however, has grown.— Richard Pike, Adcorp
The upside of the new laws? What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.— Richard Pike, Adcorp
We’re putting fewer people in work than three years ago.— Richard Pike, Adcorp
Our acquisitive focus is on Asia and the Middle East.— Richard Pike, Adcorp
This industry is highly regarded and respected in other countries.— Richard Pike, Adcorp
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