Allon Raiz – Entrepreneur Business Speaker

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Allon Raiz – Entrepreneur Business Speaker is regarded both locally and globally as a pioneer and maverick in the business-incubation industry. He is the founder and CEO of Raizcorp which, according to The Economist, is the only genuine incubator in Africa and which currently supports over 500 businesses.

 

Allon is the author of two best-selling entrepreneurial books – Lose the Business Plan and What to Do When You Want to Give Up. He hosted the first national radio show on entrepreneurship in South Africa in 2004; wrote and hosted the first South African prime-time entrepreneurship reality television show; and created and published an ongoing entrepreneurial cartoon strip.

 

Allon is now available through Speakers Inc.

Allon Raiz – Entrepreneur Business Speaker

The author of two bestselling entrepreneurial books, ‘Lose the Business Plan‘ and ‘What to Do When You Want to Give up‘, Allon has also hosted a radio show as well as written and hosted a prime reality TV – both in the field of entrepreneurship.

Allon is currently hosting his eighth season of the popular The Big Small Business Show on Business Day TV, and is a regular columnist for Entrepreneur Magazine.

AAllon Raiz – Entrepreneur Business Speaker is a co-founder of the Entrepreneurs’ Organisation South Africa and Rural Roots, and is on the advisory and judging boards of numerous local and international NGOs and entrepreneurial awards. His passion for and focus on the development of entrepreneurs attracted the attention of the World Economic Forum (WEF) which, in 2008, recognised Allon as a Young Global Leader.

As an accomplished international speaker, Allon was invited to speak at the 2011 WEF Annual Meeting held in Davos, Switzerland.

 

In 2011, he was also invited to become a member of the WEF’s Global Agenda Council on Fostering Entrepreneurship, making him one of 15 recognised global experts in the field. More recently, he became a member of the WEF’s Global Future Council.

 

In 2013, Allon received the Entrepreneur of the Year Award at the Oliver Transformation and Empowerment Awards. The following year, he became the country winner, regional winner and continental winner of the Titan Award for Building Nations.

 

Since 2014, Allon has guest lectured annually at Oxford University where he is recognised as the Oxford University Saïd Business School’s Entrepreneur-in-Residence.

Allon Raiz – Entrepreneur Business Speaker

In 2015, Allon received an invitation from the White House, on behalf of President Barack Obama, to speak at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit held in Kenya.

His passion and focus on the development of entrepreneurs attracted the attention of the World Economic Forum (WEF) which awarded Allon as a Young Global Leader on the 11th of March 2008.

Whilst working towards a Doctorate in Entrepreneurial Studies and Innovation, Allon is an accomplished international speaker. He was invited to speak at the 2011 WEF Annual Meeting, held in Switzerland.

In 2011, Allon was invited to become a member of the WEF’s Global Agenda Council on Fostering Entrepreneurship. He is one of 15 recognised global experts in this field.

Allon Raiz – Entrepreneur Business Speaker

Presentations:

  • Lose the business plan: what they don’t teach you about being an entrepreneur

Aimed at entrepreneurs and corporate clients who would like their staff to think more entrepreneurially

 

  • What to do when you want to give up: help for entrepreneurs in tough times

Aimed at entrepreneurs who are in a funk and thinking about giving up

 

  • Characteristics of successful entrepreneurs

Aimed at entrepreneurs and corporate clients who would like their staff to think more entrepreneurially

 

  • Dancing for sharks and dragons: the 12 dos and don’ts of pitching to potential funders

Aimed at aspiring and existing entrepreneurs who are looking for funding solutions

 

  • A case for quality in enterprise and supplier development

Aimed at corporate clients who are considering their enterprise development strategies

 

  • Perspectives on failure

Aimed at individuals, small businesses and corporates that are experiencing failure on a personal, project or company level

 

  • Getting the most out of your enterprise and supplier development programme

Aimed at corporates

 

  • Fostering entrepreneurship in the South African economy: a ten-point plan

Aimed at corporate clients for both internal and client engagement purposes

 

 

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