This business can shift and lift the economy of South Africa, if we have good Government and corporate support behind it.— Pavlo Phitidis, Aurik Business Accelerator
He'll get expert insights, motivation keynotes and educational breakouts to take his business further than he ever imagined.
About Rywadi Fish Farms
Rydawi Fish Farms offers training in all aspects of fish farming.
It sells, what it calls, a "Aquaculture Production Unit or APU", and offers free support.
About Nedbank Business Accelerator
The Nedbank Business Accelerator with CapeTalk helps successful, established entrepreneurs take their businesses to the next level by giving them a platform to share their stories and insights on air.
Business growth specialist Pavlo Phitidis provides key insights on how to insulate the business, and how to use technology; climate change; economic challenges (local and global); and the internet of things to accelerate the business beyond the toughest of challenges.
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