CapeTalk listeners spend an insightful morning with biz guru Pavlo Phitidis

Businesses that have been in operation for an average of 5 to 7 years, had a chance to work on their entrepreneurial skills with Pavlo Phitidis, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Aurik Business Accelerator.

Phitidis says it is important to“Build while you fly”, which is why he is hosting the Business Accelerator Breakfast seminar to help entrepreneurs realise their potential.

Phitidis has over 20 years direct experience in conceptualising and building business enterprises in South Africa. Through Aurik Business Accelerator, he works with business owners, helping them build their companies into an asset of value.

The morning that was, in pictures:

[Watch] Business Accelerator Breakfast Seminar below:

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