In the spirit of empowerment, Grade 11 pupils from Port Elizabeth's Harvest Christian School in Walmer wrest control of Multisure Corporation MD Denton Goodford's laptop during his talk yesterday about the importance of women in the insurance industry, as part of the company's Women's Month celebrations. Goodford, an advocate-turned-entrepreneur, spoke about his lessons in entrepreneurship and encouraged the pupils to knuckle down and study hard to carve out successful career paths for themselves. The pupils are (from left) Karisma Sarangarajan, Nomtha Gocina, Kelsey Weyer, Beth Foutie and Onela Makupula.
In other Women's Month celebrations, Denton also presented his talk to Uitenhage High School pupils, who were very excited to meet a former pupil who went on to start his own business. In Cape Town, business coach Chervelle Cloete and Independent Consultant Dawn Swart represented Multisure at the Apostolic Faith Mission Delft's High Tea event to raise funds for women in their community.
Exchange Students from Netherlands and Germany chose Multisure Corporation as the company to do their Marketing (Brand Plan) assignment on as part of their studies at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology.
From left: Hein Clowting, Navay Gorissen, MultiSure MD Denton Goodford, Corne de Haas, Gerrit-Willem Vervoort (absent Katharina Wiese who left for Germany already when picture was taken).