The silence has been deafening, we realise that! This is as a direct result of our knuckling down to some challenging times of our own - namely - growing!
It was during a social entrepreneurship course at Pretoria’s Business School that I had my light-bulb moment.
When I first heard of Watershed I had just set up Gadabouting, a luxury travel website I had been refining for a couple of years.
I’ve been working as a chef in London and abroad since I left the Besom charity nearly four years ago, where I interned and worked.
After leaving university, I longed to fulfill my dream of setting up a business which could make a difference.
I was three years old when I decided I wanted to be an inventor, something which I was told was unlikely to happen!
I am sure I am not alone when I talk about the sense of hopelessness I used to feel when walking past a homeless person,
I first started making ties thanks to the proximity of one of the worlds leading silk mills to my home
My passion is to see culture shaped in a meaningful way. I’ve always been inspired by entrepreneurs, inventors and cultural influencers
My goal when I set up Fluid IT eight years ago was to provide IT services and support to SMEs - particularly non-profits.