This #EntrepreneurMonth, we go behind the selfie with Scott Cundill - part marketer, consumer champion, technologist, and published author, he's the innovator, story architect and business tech driver of The Gentle Reminders Club, as well as CEO of Majestic3.
Majestic3 is an email-driven content communications and marketing company, while The Gentle Reminders Club is aimed at building better business and promoting business ethics, using relationships and reputation as its cornerstone.
Cundill captions this ‘London: It’s Silicon Valley on ice.’
1. Where do you live, work and play?
I live in Joburg and work in SA and London. I play wherever there are toys. That’s a lot of places!
2. What's your claim to fame?
I’m an international kung-fu medalist, published author and, once upon a time, I sued all the major banks.
3. Describe your career so far.
I am only 42 years old, so I really am just getting started!
4. Tell us a few of your favourite things.
Cycling through the streets of London on Christmas Day.
Spending time with the family on the beaches of Sarasota, Florida.
Cape Town, as long as it’s not winter and there’s water to drink.
Oh yes, and I love writing stories.
5. What do you love about your industry?
It makes one realise that the impossible is possible. That no matter how bad things seem in the world, there are real, tangible solutions.
Leigh Andrews (@leigh_andrews) is Editor-in-Chief: Marketing & Media at Bizcommunity.com and one of our Lifestyle contributors. She is the only SA finalist shortlisted for the Women in Marketing #WIMawards2017, and can be reached at .
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