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Mihlali Mtuyedwa 10X Hub Entrepreneur

As we continue to cover all the winners of the 10X Hub Pitch-Off, it’s so inspiring to discover how they’ve founded their businesses — as well as the lessons they’ve learned. Nonetheless, 26-year-old Mihlali Mtuyedwa’s insights on the importance of consistency in business beautifully encapsulate the purpose of the entire program…

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Monica Nobathini 10X Hub Entrepreneur

Exciting updates continue to roll in from the 10X Hub in South Africa! So far, we’ve shared the stories of business-savvy entertainers, event coordinators, and even tombstone manufacturers. Now, we’re shining the spotlight on Monica Nobathini, a human-centered culinary entrepreneur… Read more

The Grant Cardone Foundation receives continuous news from the 10X Hub in South Africa on how the program is changing lives. With the conclusion of their annual Pitch-Off, the updates are more compelling than ever. Let’s talk about winner Cindy Colly and her award-winning business… Read more

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