New TV programme tackles mentorship for entrepreneurs

Marc Wainer (Supplied)
Marc Wainer (Supplied)

Cape Town - Mentorship not only delivers a public service, but a significant social intervention, according to Redefine Properties.

That is why it is sponsoring The Mentorship Challenge with Marc Wainer, a weekly television show that unpacks the notion of social upliftment through mentorship.

The programme will launch on Wednesday, 4 October 2017 on CNBC. Wainer, executive chair of Redefine Properties, will unpack the notion of mentorship.

According to Redefine, the programme will provide "an enabling platform for top leaders to create a legacy through shaping the journeys of the budding business trailblazers of tomorrow".

Having grown from humble origins, Wainer embodies the idea that, even when faced with few resources or having followed a less than orthodox path, you can still succeed.

“I am passionate about mentorship. The purpose of this programme is to connect as many people as possible with our guests and their associates," he explains.

The Mentorship Challenge takes entrepreneurial insight beyond the boardroom to a place where bright young minds meet seasoned leadership legends in an exchange of ideas and perspectives.

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