ShapeShifter

You can definitely teach creativity! – Rob Stokes (Red and Yellow )

I’m a long-term believer in Bitcoin. This is just a bump in the road.

Rob Stokes, Red & Yellow Creative School of Business

I remember very clearly going and seeing a lady at FNB in, about, 2004. I said to her I can get your site to the top of Google. She said it was pointless, ‘please leave’. Three years later I got a call from her asking me to get her site to the top of Google!

Rob Stokes, Red & Yellow Creative School of Business

Our graduates have 99% employment... One of our alumni does marketing for Red Bull in China!

Rob Stokes, Red & Yellow Creative School of Business

Serial entrepreneur Rob Stokes is, probably, most well-known for creating the award winning digital agency Quirk in 1999.

Today he is the Chairperson of the Red & Yellow Creative School of Business.

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Stokes for his weekly “ShapeShifter” feature.

Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).

Facebook made the internet ‘real’… an everyman’s tool…

Rob Stokes, Red & Yellow Creative School of Business

I’ve never had a proper job! Everything I do, I make it up as I go along.

Rob Stokes, Red & Yellow Creative School of Business

I got involved in Red and Yellow in 2001…

Rob Stokes, Red & Yellow Creative School of Business

You can definitely teach creativity!

Rob Stokes, Red & Yellow Creative School of Business

[Why is the Fourth Industrial Revolution more job-destroying than the first three?] Because they’re not replacing our hands, they’re replacing our brains.

Rob Stokes, Red & Yellow Creative School of Business

Robots will take 90% of lawyers’ jobs…

Rob Stokes, Red & Yellow Creative School of Business

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