Keep Good Company is an unaccustomed business insights academy embedded in local, creative entrepreneurship ecosystems.
Traditional classrooms have recently become insular, exclusionary and rather unstimulating. We use strong aspects of fieldwork and home-grown storytelling to drive an inspirational and engaging perspective.
Michal Luptak is a rehabilitating chartered accountant from Johannesburg. In 2012 he co-founded a pioneering social enterprise called Dlala Nje.
Nominated in 2016 as Mail&Guardian's 200 Young South Africans, he went on to work with a rich tapestry of local and international clients.
An animated public speaker.
We have cemented strong relationships with entrepreneurs in our local, creative economies. This has allowed us to create a two-way street for learning, where emphasis lies in growing knowledge collectively.
We hold an important position to spend our course fees differently. We empower local businesses and align with South Africa's Government National Development Plan (NDP) 2030.
We deliver business solutions that solve social problems. This sustainable approach allows us to remain relevant in the environments we operate in.
Keep Good Company acts as a catalyst for purpose-driven investment in emerging economies.
We work mostly with young people driven by active citizenry.
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