If there is anybody who can give advice about what it takes to get to the top, it’s Kobus Wiese. A household name in South Africa, Wiese, born in Paarl in 1964, played local for the South African national rugby team from 1993 to 1996. He was part of the Springbok squad which emerged victorious at the 1995 Rugby World Cup and is still a respected sports commentator on Supersport.
Aside from his illustrious achievements on the rugby field, Wiese is also a successful businessman who founded the winning Coffee Brand, Wiesenhof Coffees, and restaurant brand, Dulce Café. Wiese has always understood hard work. Whether it is on the rugby field, in business or his family life, he has always given over 100 percent in everything and his efforts have equaled rewards.
He will be hosting a special breakfast event on 16 September 2016 at The Boardwalk‘s International Convention Centre where he will share the highs, lows, ins and outs of “What it takes to be No.1”. The inspiring breakfast event is for anyone who wants some heartfelt advice and appreciates some down to earth humour from one of South Africa’s most memorable rugby legends and successful businessmen.
Seats are limited to preserve the intimate and interactive atmosphere so book soon to avoid disappointment. Tickets cost R250 per person and include breakfast and motivational talk. The breakfast will start at 07h30. For more information and to book, contact Christelle.firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Article source: http://mype.co.za/new/breakfast-with-kobus-wiese/74881/2016/08