The first black industrialist in Northern Cape - Hope Hulana (Hancor Dairies/FEEM)

Kimberley
May 17, 2018 / 5:30 PM

About this event

Kimberley Startup GrindX Chapter premieres with an exciting engagement on a fireside chat with Hope Hulana, a Kimberley born black industrialist. He has vast experience building businesses from ground up to sustainable enterprises that employ hundreds of people.

He has founded many successful businesses in South Africa. He founded TASA, TRP among other associations and facilitated many multi-million property development projects in both Kimberley and Bloemfontein.

Mr. Hulana currently is the CEO of Foreigners Economic Empowerment Marketing and is also majority shareholder of Hancor Dairies (Pty) Ltd and holds the honour of being the first black industrialist in the Northern Cape.

Join us as we unearth a story of how he managed to do all this in seemingly difficult conditions and yet emerged victorious.

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The first black industrialist  in Northern Cape - Hope Hulana (Hancor Dairies/FEEM)

Hope Hulana

Majority Shareholder and CEO - Hancor Dairies/FEEM

Hope Hulana is the majority shareholder of Hancor Dairies (Pty) Ltd and CEO of Foreigners Economic Empowerment Marketing. He holds the honour of being the first black industrialist in the Northern Cape. A tried and tested entrepreneur who founded TASA, TRP among other associations and facilitated many multi-million property development projects in both Kimberley and Bloemfontein

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Date and Time
May 17, 2018
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
 
Address
Sol Plaatjie University, Central Campus, Temporary Library - Ground Floor
Scanlam Street
Kimberley, 8300
 
Agenda
5:30 pm Arrival, Registration, Networking and Food
6:30 pm Fireside Chat
7:30 pm Networking
 

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