Dr. Nathan Chikono, Group Chief Executive Officer, Champions Holdings
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Top 10 Leaders from Zimbabwe - 2022
Zimbabwe, officially the Republic of Zimbabwe, is a landlocked country located in Southeast Africa, between the Zambezi and Limpopo Rivers, bordered by South Africa to the south, Botswana to the south-west, Zambia to the north, and Mozambique to the east. Upon being attractive in terms of its wildlife, national parks, and nature, Zimbabwe is also considered as one of the friendliest region in Africa. Though there are diverse industry sectors driving the economy in Zimbabwe, such as the raw materials industry (Primary sector of the economy), manufacturing and construction (Secondary sector of the economy), service industry (Tertiary sector of the economy), information services (Quaternary sector of the economy), and human services (Quinary sector of the economy), it mainly relies on the tertiary sector of the economy, also known as the service sector of the economy.
While, agriculture and mining largely contribute to exports, there are many well-established businesses in mining (coal, gold, platinum, copper, nickel, tin, clay, numerous metallic and non-metallic ores), steel, wood products, cement, chemicals, fertilizer, clothing & footwear, foodstuffs, beverages, cattle, cows as well. As per study, inflation is estimated to average 213 percent in 2022 and remain in triple digits in 2023 in the region. Additionally, the Real GDP growth is expected to grow at 3.6 percent in 2023 and 2024, supported by a better agricultural season, slowing inflation, and the relaxation of pandemic requirements. Well, surfing through such conditions and strategically spearheading the thriving businesses in the region, there are many dynamic leaders proficiently contributing to Zimbabwe's growth. They need to be acknowledged for it.
In this issue of the CEO Insights magazine, a list of `Top 10 Leaders from Zimbabwe - 2022' is provided to the readers in corporate and different sectors, for informing on the excellent services leveraged by the Leaders in diverse domains. The listing is prepared by a team of industry veterans, CEOs and VCs, and the CEO Insights magazine editorial board.
|Company Logo||Company Management||Company Name||Company Description|
|Arnold Chimambo, Founder||ZODSAT Global||A young entrepreneur and the founder of the firm which is a leading internet service provider in Zimbabwe|
|Farai Mutambanengwe, Founder & Executive Officer||SME Association of Zimbabwe||Has a vast experience in leading a variety of organisations at a strategic level has excellent technical skills acquired in a progressive range of postings|
|Geraldine Mupandanyama, Founder||Darena Ventures||Passionate about promoting African Entrepreneurship, and Sustainable Business Practices by bridging the funding gap for African Entrepreneurs|
|Jeane Makoni, CEO||Evolve Technologies||Experienced Chief Executive Officer with a demonstrated history of cross-industry experience, skilled in Project Management, Business Process Management, Change Management and more|
|Dr. Nathan Chikono, Group Chief Executive Officer||Champions Holdings||An insurance and risk management practitioner also an inspiring and calculative leader determined to help his clients grow by managing their risk exposures|
|Nyasha Zimhangwa, Co-Founder||Mobrands||Helps creating a conducive environment for the business activities with eager to exercise the highest levels of diligence, objectivity and professional competence|
|Pearl Allen, Founder||Outsource Zimbabwe||Helps outsourcing of trained professionals (graduates and are proficient in written and spoken English) virtually to the global marketplace|
|Ryan Katayi, Co-Founder||Farmhut||A passionate entrepreneur and philanthropist through his platform supports smallholder farmers in Africa|
|Sharon Yeti, Co-Founder||Powerlive Zimbabwe||With a background in Accounting and Business Management, she has passion for renewable energy, women empowerment, marketing and more|
|Susan Reichle, President||International Youth Foundation||She oversees the revitalization of the firm's mission, vision, and values and prior joining the firm she has spent 25 years in leadership positions at USAID|