New tech making all the difference for Office security

New technology advancements are taking office security into a new era of convenience and affordability. With business owners spending a fortune in office set-ups, security remains a priority. “The good news is that security solutions […]

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Keeping the wolves from the office door

Safeguarding assets and employees are key priorities for any business owner, whether the premises are protected by a private security provider or not. Security specialists Fidelity ADT have provided u|Chief readers with three checklists that any business […]

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“If I was the benevolent dictator of South Africa.” – Rob Stokes

He might have created one of the continent’s most successful digital marketing agencies, and he might currently be the Chairman of the Red & Yellow School, but that doesn’t stop Rob Stokes from dreaming about […]

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“How I learned the value of a rand,” by Rob Stokes

Rob Stokes (Chairman of the Red & Yellow School), recalls his first – and most vital – lesson on his step to entrepreneurial failure, failure, and then success, success and success! Rob relates how he pumped […]

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Why we are the world’s first creative school of business: Rob Stokes

The Red & Yellow School offers students a whole new take on business learning, which is why Rob Stokes (Chairman of the Red & Yellow School), is so passionate about the work the school does. […]

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Rob Stokes on The Sunk Cost Phallacy

The Sunk Cost Phallacy is of particular relevance to Rob Stokes (Chairman of the Red & Yellow School), who said it like it is to u|Chief. Rob tells u|Chief why he can’t stop something once he’s […]

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“Nothing happens until you sell something,” says digital marketing guru Rob Stokes

Raised in an entrepreneurial home, Rob Stokes (Chairman of the Red & Yellow School) knows what it takes to start a business and to grow it into a success and sustainable venture. Rob gives the […]

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