Grace Harding, CEO of the Ocean Basket chain, has powerful ideas on how to FixSA
In this latest edition of the Fix SA podcast with Jeremy Maggs, Grace Harding – the feisty and energetic CEO of the Ocean Basket chain – talks about the importance of trust, why partnerships are important, and how nothing happens unless there is a regular sharing of information.
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