Nic Haralambous (2003) and Lauren Edwards (2007) have been nominated in the Top 31 entrepreneurs under 40 making waves in South Africa (Digital All Stars).
Nic Haralambous is one of the most prolific entrepreneurs, having started ten companies, such as Motribe (which exited to Mxit) and Resolve Mobile, giving him valuable entrepreneurial lessons in the process.
Nic Haralambous is one of the most prolific entrepreneurs, having started ten companies, such as Motribe (which exited to Mxit) and Resolve Mobile, giving him valuable entrepreneurial lessons in the process. Haralambous graduated from Rhodes University with a BA in journalism and politics.
He’s the founder of Nic Harry, a fashion accessory store purely focused on bold and brave socks, being designed and made here in South Africa from bamboo, cotton and sometimes both.
A graduate of Rhodes University with a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts, Lauren Edwards was also included in the Superbalist 100 and Mail & Guardian’s 200 Young South Africans in 2015. Edwards is the co-founder and Managing Editor at VoiceMap, an app that allows you to choose stories written by local journalists and tour guides that combine an audio account to your GPS coordinates. The app also allows users to audibly record the historical events of a location and sell them on VoiceMap.
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