In the business world everything happens in cycles. Digital strategy and innovation agency, Liquid Thought, is already capturing the next wave and rewriting and expanding its success story of the past 13 years.
Zulfiq Isaacs, CEO and founder of Liquid Thought began his entrepreneurial journey in 2001 when he was only 22 years old. Today he is an affiliate of a global network of entrepreneurs that aims to create connections between startups and corporates. He has already started mentoring other emerging entrepreneurs.
Born in Cape Town, he has founded and been involved in several innovative tech start-ups over the years. In 2009, he co-founded Moneysmart – one of South Africa’s first online personal finance management platforms.
Last year, Liquid Thought was chosen as one of only five enterprises in the country to participate in an enterprise development (ED) programme run by Sanlam in partnership with the Association of Savings and Investment South Africa (ASISA.) The five-year programme is aimed at investing in the sustainability of small and medium-sized enterprises in South Africa.
While it is still early days as the programme is still in its first year, Zulfiq already has clear outcomes after securing funding for his business: To get more contracts and develop a growth plan that will allow Liquid Thought to tap into new areas.
The company supplies cutting-edge web and mobile technology solutions for businesses. These include web, mobile and social media development; search engine marketing and e-Commerce sites.
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