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There are a lot of stories about how many businesses fail at the first hurdle. According to Standard Bank’s Small Enterprise Division, on average, about 50% of all start-up businesses in South Africa fail within 24 months due to the inexperience of their owners.

On this MoneyMakers, Bruce Whitfield is joined by two guests from the Young Presidents’ Organisation who know all about growing a business; including Cuan Chelin; founder and CEO of the Super-Brands group, who grew a small start-up of eight employees into a leading investment group.

Cuan explains what lead him to sell one of South Africa’s biggest distributors of sporting goods, and how he fostered the growth of the various companies within the group, and their executives.

Watch the interview below.


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