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The year 2015 in review – January

Tebogo PicOfficially as at the end of 2014, I was gainfully involved as follows: Director -Kezia Consulting Group, Board Member -BPESA Western Cape (@bpesact) , Advisory Board Member -BLDE Consulting, Trustee -Ubuntu Wellness Trust and Founder/Chairman – Spirit Dominion Foundation. I also took on a few young people on a mentorship programme to help shape SMME space directly. From the onset, the year 2015 was going to be extremely busy indeed.

As the year 2015 opened, I was invited as a Board Member of BPESA Western Cape to accompany BPESA Western Cape CEO (and then interim national CEO of BPESA), Gareth Pritchard hosted by Achievement Awards COO, Barry Coltman at their facility in Cape Town. The guests for the day were, MBA students from Cornell University in New York and we presented on South Africa as a business opportunity from a global perspective. For obvious reasons, we zoned in on BPO sector and how that has managed to attract circa 25 000 jobs (and counting) into the country from mainly the UK and parts of Europe. #2015Reminiscence

A selfie is always on point of cause:
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I also shared the following through micro blobbing platform, Twitter:

Cornell University MBA class

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More about the School
The Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management is the graduate business school of Cornell University, a private Ivy League university located in Ithaca, New York. It was founded in 1946 and renamed in 1984 after Samuel Curtis Johnson, founder of S.C. Johnson & Son, following his family’s $20 million endowment gift to the school in his honor—at the time, the largest gift to any business school in the world.

The school is housed in Sage Hall and supports 59 full-time faculty members. There are about 600 Master of Business Administration (MBA) students in the full-time two-year and Accelerated MBA programs and 375 Executive MBA students. The school counts over 11,000 alumni and publishes the academic journal Administrative Science Quarterly.