Candice Vetter presents SPIRIT OF AN ENTREPRENEUR.

A documentary series in which we have in depth no holds barred interviews with successful South African entrepreneurs.

We get to listen to their personal stories and understand what they perceive to be the present business opportunities, as well as the challenges to overcome in a post apartheid South Africa where a new and exciting frontier dawns.

We hope to continue meeting South Africans with the spirit of an entrepreneur, WHO WANT TO BE A PART OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN DREAM.

Candice was born in South Africa. When she finished school she decided to explore the world and ended up living in London where she obtained her business degree. She is enthusiastic about filmmaking and has worked on several independent film productions. She remains passionate about South Africa and is driven to produce meaningful documentaries that can make a difference in people’s lives.

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