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Key drivers

At Change Your Game, we believe entrepreneurs are the key drivers of tomorrows’ African innovations and essential to creating a thriving African economy

Voice of entrepreneurship

At Change Your Game, we believe entrepreneurs are the key drivers of tomorrows’ African innovations and essential to creating a thriving African economy

Authentic dialogue

At Change Your Game, we believe entrepreneurs are the key drivers of tomorrows’ African innovations and essential to creating a thriving African economy

Empowering the next generation of young outstanding African entrepreneurs

Social Media

Connect with us and be part of the conversation. Find us on FACEBOOK using: @ChangeYourGameAfrica @ChannelAfrica1 @EnnAfricaNews Find us on TWITTER using: @ChangeYourGame_ @channelafrica1 @ENN_Africa

Look to other entrepreneurs for support

The best source of support and encouragement for me has come from other founders. They understand your pain because they’re going through the same challenges at their own companies. Any advice they give will feel genuine because you know they’re speaking from firsthand experience—not just telling you what you want to hear, as is often the case with close friends and family.

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Understand macroeconomic trends

Entrepreneurship is not just about the tech industry. There are lots of SMEs created every year in a wide variety of sectors. Most of them are not high-growth businesses, and actually take decades to grow into what their founders envision them to be. This is also an acceptable model of entrepreneurship. You shouldn’t be pressured into fitting into one mold of what an entrepreneur is just because the media is portraying that version to be sexy in the moment. Studying global trends will help to put your own choices into perspective.

PRESENTER: Nastassia Arendse

Nastassia Arendse studied Financial Journalism at Wits University. She has been in broadcasting for 7 years, and has worked in both television and radio. Her career began as a newsreader at UJFM, after which she hosted a show on the campus radio station. She moved onto the SABC and joined SAFM as an intern and while there she produced various shows. In 2010, she got an opportunity to join YFM as a newsreader and traffic reporter. In 2011 she returned to the SABC and joined channel Africa as an economics newsreader. The following year she was approached by television network CNBC Africa to join the team as a producer for Closing Bell and Fast Money. Later that year, an opportunity presented itself to host Open exchange, Closing Bell East Africa, Business this week and Power Lunch This Week. After 2 and half years at CNBC Africa she was offered the opportunity to present a show called Africa’s visionaries for SkyTV, which aired in the UK on channel 412. While freelancing for the UK channel she contributed to JSE listed financial media group Moneyweb Holdings as a writer focusing on commodities. As a broadcaster she has interviewed a range of business leaders, including Barclays CEO Maria Ramos, Bidvest founder Brian Joffe and Comair CEO Erik Venter amongst others. She is currently a contributing writer for the African Independent Newspaper and Moneyweb.

ENN Africa and Channel Africa

A SHARED MISSION

Our objectives

The Change Your Game strategic partnership between ENN Africa and Channel Africa fill a number of key roles. Their purpose is to help inspire, motivate and grow the flow of entrepreneurial information across the continent and diaspora and to inform and empower the next generation of young outstanding African entrepreneurs.

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