Navigating Hyper-hygiene

The tourism and hospitality sector has always been reliant on travel, human connection and experience. In the aftermath of Covid-19, it will have to navigate its way around stringent health and safety protocols and social distancing. Has the human element and experiential attraction been removed from travel and tourism forever? What will inspire us to……

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Trust Is Earned

There is one thing that business has had to learn very quickly over the past couple of months. People are their most valued asset. Without people, whether onsite or remote, businesses are dead in the water. Covid-19 has brought home the significance of the human element in economies around the world.  If you were never……

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What Makes A Business Work?

This is a question that’s been on my mind a lot lately. It’s central to discussions with my business partners. It’s very easy for one to sit at one’s employer’s desk, look around at what she or he has or what one perceives they have and believe that one can do it. After all, you’re……

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The Gift Of Redundancy

There’s enough said about the dismal unemployment figures in South Africa and the retracting economy and even though President Ramaphosa is gung-ho about getting us out of this mess, I prefer to keep it real. Winston Churchill believed that one should never waste a good crisis and I agree. The reality is that whilst everyone……

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