Face to Face with Success

Nic Haralambous, serial entrepreneur

Motribe was Nic Haralambous’s ninth business – he started his first at 18. His family owned a corner shop in Welkom, before moving to Joburg and working hard to give him a world-class education. This awakened the entrepreneurial spirit in Nic – and it never went away. He is now helping revive the textile industry in the Western Cape, with his new endeavour NicHarry. He's thoughtful and considered, doggedly determined. And, as Charlotte Kilbane finds out, committed to giving back to the nation that has given him so much.

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