Sorbet CEO key note speaker at LeadSA Changemakers conference

The LeadSA Changemakers conference is an event that's all about wanting to make a difference in society.

Whether you are an entrepeneur, an activist, or even still a student – this conference is held to inspire a generation of change among young South Africans.

The Conference has a number of keynote speakers telling their stories of success.

Sorbet CEO, Ian Fuhr is one of them that is hoping to inspire many at the upcoming conference.

Fuhr refers to the qualities that are important in a leader, highlighting the idea of service above self. As an executive his aim is to inspire his employees to want to better the company as well.

[I try] to create a working environment that is conducive to people motivating themselves and going out there and really doing their best.

Ian Fuhr, CEO Sorbet

The LeadSA Changemakers Conference takes place on Saturday the 20th of August at the Century City Conference Centre starting at 9am.

Written By:Jason Woodley


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