Natanya Meyer started her career in 2006 as the owner of a town planning consultant business after completing her Honours Degree in Economics and Risk Management. Her journey in academia started when she joined the Faculty of Economic Sciences and IT in 2012 as a junior lecturer. She is currently lecturing various entrepreneurship modules for third year and honours students respectively. She has supervised various honours student research projects and currently supervising Master students as well. She is part of the bhive EDC and also trained various entrepreneurs and small business owners as part of the lecturing team for the Centre for Continues Professional Development (CCPD). Since 2013, she has been the guardian of Young Entrepreneurs Business Organisation (YEBO) – a student society focussing on entrepreneurship development on campus.
Johann Landsberg started his career in 1989 as a tax inspector at SARS. He is an entrepreneur at heart and had various businesses since completing his studies. He gained some corporate experience at Iscor Vanderbijlpark and VESCO. His journey in academia started in 2013 when he joined the faculty to manage the bhive Enterprise Development Centre (bhive EDC)and lecture entrepreneurship. He is responsible for the various programmes of the bhive EDC. These include the Enterprising Woman Programme for female entrepreneurs, business incubation services for entrepreneurs in the Vaal Triangle and a student business competition. He is activily involved in the local business chamber.
Nonceba Dhludhlu is a 3rd year BCom Economics and Risk Management student at the North-West University, Vaal campus. She is an entrepreneurship-enthusiast at heart. Her passion for entrepreneurship is highlighted through her journey with the Young Entrepreneurs Business Organisation (YEBO), where she began in 2015 as an intern in her first year with just two hands and a can-do attitude.