Meet the business giants who are doing good and going beyond profit
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield presented highlights from previously featured ShapeShifters who will take part in next week Wednesday’s (25 November) roundtable event entitled “ShapeShifter Unplugged”.
The theme of the event is “Doing good business, better. Going beyond profit”.
ShapeShifters taking part include:
Winemaker and philanthropist Wendy Applebaum
Social activist and catalyst for change Mark Heywood
Business and thought leader Bonang Mohale
Click here for more information about the event (including instructions if you'd like to attend).
Scroll down for the audio and quotes from it.
If you look at the injustice! You would think a 60% interest rate would be enough for these people!Wendy Appelbaum
This is emotive because there are some radical environmentalists who exist only to force companies such as us to keep the coal and gas in the ground.Bonang Mohale
We have provided the world with energy.Bonang Mohale
Our challenge is to reduce our footprint and greenhouse gas emissions.Bonang Mohale
If you don’t read you’re probably no different to somebody who can’t read.Ian Mann, MD at Gateways Business Consultants
Brilliant people put brilliant ideas into a book that costs you R200!Ian Mann, MD at Gateways Business Consultants
The agony of millions of people in this country makes me angry! The state of many of our schools and hospitals is unacceptable!Mark Heywood
There are 80 000 kids in Limpopo who go to schools without proper toilets!Mark Heywood
You can’t leave this to activists like me to start taking a stand. You can change things! Too many people leave it up to others. If this continues we’re on a nasty downward spiral in this country.Mark Heywood
We are not successful in undermining the systemic inequality in our country.Mark Heywood
This article first appeared on 702 : Meet the business giants who are doing good and going beyond profit
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