GenSix Digital developed & designed the online eCommerce website allowing users to purchase educational courses, learning material and enroll online.
Imagine a South Africa where every person has the opportunity to fulfill their potential…
In January 2002 Woodlands International College opened its doors to a handful of children with an undertaking to raise the bar in private education.
Activate! Leadership and GenSix Digital have a long standing and successful working relationship. This partnership has most recently produced a revamp of their network’s intranet. This new communication portal features an advanced Google Map implementation which allows its users to find and communicate quickly and easily with each other. For a quick “preview” of this, take a look …
SACOB is a specialist business college offering professional qualifications and short courses to people wanting to embark on or revitalise their careers by building and enhancing their business skills and knowledge.
In this our latest build of the South African College of Business (SACOB) website, we modernised the front end using a responsive layered approach.
UcME.grow has developed a focussed and specific coaching programme.
The South African Institute for Entrepreneurship helps to address poverty and unemployment through entrepreneurially focused initiatives. With over 15 years of experience in developing innovative (experiential-based) training materials, the SA Institute for Entrepreneurship promotes a positive mindset in youth and adults, and assists in the creation of effective entrepreneurs and enterprises.
The SA Institute for Entrepreneurship utilises original, creative methodologies and trains educators, trainers, co-operatives and community-based organisations to convey business skills, uncover entrepreneurship qualities and ensure sustainable economic development and wealth creation.
ACTIVATE! is a network of young leaders equipped to drive change for the public good across South Africa
Activators come from all nine provinces, from cities, rural areas, across race, class, cultures, religions and education levels. Some are employed, others volunteers and some are studying.