Itumeleng Seseane | Executive Chairman
Tswelelopele Group

Itumeleng Seseane, Executive Chairman, Tswelelopele Group

  • Itumeleng hold a bachelor's degree in Business Administration  from the university of Pretoria, and my honors degree in BBA from Unisa, he also has a National Diploma in Computer Science from Damelin. Well read, outspoken personality with clean accent, and with strong business acumen.
  • He was also instrumental in the launch of the first Apple iPod in South Africa as Enterprise Consultant in 2007, followed by iPad 2 in 2008.
  • He has also been curator at the launch of the MTN IoT Award in 2017.
  • Itumeleng made top 10entrepreneur for Singapore Week of Innovation (SWITCH) Award  2018
  • And he made top 10 entrepreneur for Pitch for a Dream Telkom tech competition 2018
  • Itumeleng seseane has played a key role in the content creation for MIKZ app which has since been acquired by Shopify; as well as facilitated several transactions on new acquisitions for Vodacom. He also has direct relationships with the likes of Coca Cola, FNB, Vodacom, MTN, Orange Botswana and IBM.
  • He is also serving as executive director for South African Digital Enterprise, charged with the responsibility to grow enterprise development finance for smmes. That is precisely why Itumeleng has been able to amass such an extensive database of solid titans of the industry – specifically comprising investors and, or funders. To-date Itumeleng has been able to secure at least R131.2m worth of funded deals for smmes in the span of 3 years
  • Currently Chairman of Tswelelopele Group (t/a Technigistics), which was created in 2001 to provide outsourced multi-principle warehousing and distribution services to clients who grasped the concept that outsourcing their warehousing and distribution needs, better positioned them to focus on their core business of marketing, sales, product management and product support. The company has recently diversified into the utility scale company in the renewable energy market, with a focus on energy efficiency portfolio.


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last published: 16/Mar/24 21:55 GMT
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