How the caviar lifestyle differs from the catfood lifestyle

The two day Standard Bank Future Leaders Academy offers young adults between the ages of 18 and 24 the opportunity to deepen their understanding of the principles and practical applications of creating, managing and growing wealth. We attended the event and have shared some of the nuggets below:

The 3 Principles of Investing

Prof Adrian Saville, CIO Cannon Asset Management and GIBS lecturer, explains the harsh reality of the caviar versus cat food lifestyle. He also shares the three main principles that he has found foolproof when exploring any investment opportunity.



Decacorn Businesses

Prof Adrian Saville, Chief Strategist for Citadel and CIO at Cannon Asset Managers, explains how a unicorn and decacorn are relevant to business success.



Making a business out of something you hate

Entrepreneur Richard Mulholland explains the secret behind being a successful entrepreneur, and the one thing you need to find to be successful.



Baking philanthropy into your business

Entrepreneur Richard Mulholland explores the concept of social entrepreneurship, and how doing good can still make money.



Entrepreneur Ludwick Marishane talks through his innovative business idea, DryBath, and involving social entrepreneurship as part of your plan.

This year’s Standard Bank Wealth and Investment Future Leaders Academy may be over, but you can still seize the opportunity to gain valuable knowledge on the principles of investing, leadership and social entrepreneurship.

702 and Standard Bank are giving you exclusive access to insights shared at the academy, and the chance to start your own share portfolio, valued at R25 000.

To seize this opportunity, view the insights shared at the Standard Bank Wealth and Investment Future Leaders Academy, submit your details HERE and you could win.


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