The Future Professional hub
When times are tough, we have to work harder than ever to reframe challenges into opportunities.
The coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdown have put the earning potential of professionals, from consultancy owners to entrepreneurs, under immense and unprecedented pressure. To play a role in bringing South African professionals together, Profmed launched The Future Professional Hub: a space to network, get advice, inspire others and listen to expert voices in the economic, business, and finance spheres.
Welcome to YOUR space. Whether you need investment advice, financial management assistance, or some innovative feedback from creative-thinking entrepreneurs, spend a few minutes with us to invigorate your brain and reframe your future.
Educational videos and podcasts
The Future Professional Hub platform aims to address the needs of smaller business enterprises, particularly those that have been negatively impacted by COVID-19.
The platform aims to provide educational podcasts and videos to small and medium business owners to share advice and innovation, and help
Shifting our collective mindset for economic betterment
The Money Maven
Maya Fisher French
Smarter ways to use our money in a post-Covid-19 world
The Professional Influencer
Dr Nokukhanya Khanyile
Influencing the future in a positive way
The Good Things Guy
Using our collective voices to drive positive change
The secret to making a tangible impact
The Professional Presenter
There’s no such thing as impossible
Make an appointment with an expert
The Future Professional Hub platform has enlisted the help of business experts to share their expertise.
Sessions with our experts will be free to all members of the Future Professional Hub.
Dr Khanyile isn’t just treating and saving babies. She’s showing young girls what’s possible, how to grow up strong and take up their own space in the world.
Dr Khanyile is a 28-year old medical doctor at Sebokeng Hospital who is specialising to become a paediatrician. She’s at the frontline of the COVID-19 crisis working with babies, which means that on a daily basis the smallest, most vulnerable lives are placed in her hands. Dr Khanyile also has more than 125 000 followers on Instagram, and is an influencer with a positive message of hope.
If we can find where opportunities lie, we can reshape our personal financial goals, professional opportunities and build a better future than where we were pre-Covid-19.
Money maven and award-winning financial journalist, and presenter of the popular #MoneyMatters on eNCA, Maya Fisher-French, believes that Covid-19 and lockdown have given us a number of gifts. Now is the time to use these gifts to shift the way we spend money, save money and make money.
Clinical psychiatrist and Profmed member, Dr Wilhelmina Erasmus, has consulted many South Africans during this time, especially frontline healthcare workers, and she is worried about the general state of mental health that too often takes a back seat.
As increased stress levels threaten to destabilise our mental fortitude, Dr Erasmus sheds some light on the impact of anxiety and how we can cope in these uncertain times.
Donate your time
The Future Professional Hub was designed to help South Africa’s small and medium businesses regroup, revise, and regrow.
To do this, we would like to invite our fellow professionals and experts to donate their time to help those professionals that need help and have been negatively affected by Covid-19.
Through this platform, we invite you, our fellow professionals and experts, to offer your time and experience to assist other professionals and entrepreneurs to reach their greatest potential
Profmed has identified a critical need for small and medium businesses to not only broaden their network but also gain insights and education to help them face challenges in their businesses.
See what experts have to say.