Nomination open for business hall of fame

Namibian Business Hall of Fame (NBHF) founder Johanna Cloete is calling on the public to nominate deserving entrepreneurs or businesspeople who are innovative, impacted the community and display a business excellence mindset.

Cloete says nominees will undergo a selection process based on criteria such as ingenuity, economic contribution, community involvement and entrepreneurial values.

She says deserving candidates will be presented with accolades at a gala dinner, where attendees will have an opportunity for celebration, networking and inspiration.

NBHF celebrates 20 years of honouring Namibian business leaders.

Founded in 2004 by Cloete, Ronel de Beer, and Tarah Shaanika, NBHF has become synonymous with honouring outstanding individuals who have made significant contributions to Namibia’s business landscape.

The inaugural induction ceremony, held two decades ago, paid tribute to formidable business giants such as Frans Indongo, Werner List, Harold Pupkewitz and Leake Hangala.

The event, scheduled for 22 November 2024, during the annual Global Entrepreneur Week, will shine a spotlight on the accomplishments and resilience of Namibian entrepreneurs and business leaders.

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