Nadine von Moltke-Todd

Nadine von Moltke-Todd

Entrepreneur Staff
Editor-in-Chief: Entrepreneur.com South Africa

More From Nadine von Moltke-Todd

Growth Strategies

How Two Entrepreneurs Have Built a R700-million Business on SMSes

Charles Stretch and James Pearce launched SMSPortal from a garage in Port Elizabeth when they were still students. Today, it's the biggest player in its sector. Here's how they did it.
growth mindset

Why The Key To Success Is To Be Hard on Principle And Soft On Success

Without leaders businesses cannot succeed, but leaders also need to foster excellence within their teams. One of South Africa's most influential female entrepreneurs, Jane Stevenson, tells us where we need to start.
Leadership

Why Waitering And Junior Sales Jobs Made John Woollam A Better Leader

The CEO of Euphoria Telecom, a business with a projected turnover this year of R120-million, shares his leadership advice, life lessons and success mantra.
Growth Strategies

How BODYTEC Has Opened 38 Studios In Under 8 Years

In 2011, Boris Leyck took an unknown concept and built a successful national franchise from it. These are his lessons in growth.
Scaling up

How Osidon Has Gone From Start-up To Scale-up in 2 Years

When Hennie and Melissa Ferreira launched Osidon in 2017, they wanted to help SMEs overcome the obstacles and red tape of launching a business and being compliant. Just two short years later, their focus has turned global.
Music Industry

9 Lessons In Success From SA Band, Goodluck

From dreamers who wanted to change things up to successful musicians and entrepreneurs, Goodluck share their top lessons in achieving success.
Success Stories

How Emil Henrico Built His R20-Million Business From Nothing In 3 Years

When Emil Henrico launched iSSC, he was still employed. He bootstrapped the business, and today runs a virtual office with low overheads, solid profits and a R20-million turnover. Here's how he did it.
Growth Strategies

How COLONYLive Went From Local Startup To Global Platform

When Marco Broccardo launched his business he kept things lean, only bringing on an investment partner when he was ready to take his platform to America.
Success Mindset

8 Mindset Hacks From Local Entrepreneur Nathan Reddy

Success isn't just about how well a business operates. It begins with the founder and their internal growth and success mindset. Here are creative icon Nathan Reddy's 8 mindset hacks, and what you can learn from them.
Disruption

4 StartUp Lessons From A Bootstrapped Industry Disruptor

Less than two years ago, Benji Coetzee chose to leave the corporate comforts of a top-tier consulting firm to launch and self-fund her tech start-up, EmptyTrips.
Startups

How To Launch A Brand New Concept In South Africa

Smart startup lessons from Sayed Mia, an entrepreneur who has built the Wellness IV industry from the ground up in South Africa.
Women Entrepreneurs

Why You Need To Be In The Startup Game To Win It

Andrea Stevens had no startup capital, only rudimentary English skills, no network and an average education, but she's built two successful businesses anyway because she took the leap into entrepreneurship. Here's what you can learn from her journey.
Global Expansion

The Growth Mindset That Has Taken This Local Company Global

When Wayne Zwiers launched Black Beard, global expansion was part of the plan. A disruptive mindset, focusing on talent and teams and developing strong leadership has driven growth. Here's what you can learn from Black Beard's journey.
Startup Success Stories

How Frost Popsicles Has Gone From Startup To Successful Retail Brand

Natasha Fagri and Jon-Marc De Carvalho didn't draw a salary for two years while they self-funded their startup. They've learnt tough lessons and pivoted their operational models, but it's all been worth it. Here are their top startup lessons.
Startup Success Stories

Startup Lessons From A Mountain Bike Race Launched By Two Farmers And A City Guy

When Craig Wapnick and his partners launched Joberg2c, a nine-day, 900km mountain bike stage race across South Africa, they just wanted to live their passion. Ten years later, they have a thriving business. These are their startup lessons.