This is followed by a Q & A session where the brave pitcher receives real-time feedback to help them improve.On some occasions seasoned entrepreneurs, or “Dragons” are present to critique the pitch as well.At the end of the evening a winner is chosen based on the audience’s rating. Connecting with fellow entrepreneurs is vital to uncovering new opportunities, finding creative solutions to problems, and benefitting from support from others.
Ditshego said the demographics of all the social media platforms showed that black people were leading the pack at 60%, followed by whites at 25% and 15% of other racial groups.
“Lately, there has been an increase of white older men who subscribe, saying they always fantasised to be with black young women.
It’s essentially an informal yet dynamic dinner, with a presentation element included.
THUD, as it’s known, serves a valuable economic purpose of being a market place where organisations find entrepreneurs with whom to partner in their economic empowerment programmes.
The blesser trend apparently started on social media, where unemployed young women posted about their expensive lifestyles, claiming they had been blessed.