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Wendy Appelbaum (South Africa, Investor)

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Philanthropist Wendy Appelbaum (South Africa). Black Women's Empowerment

  1. Wendy Appelbaum (South African Investor and Businesswoman)
  2. WIPHOLD Investment Firm
  3. Morgenzon Estate (Wine)

Wendy Appelbaum (South African Investor and Businesswoman)
Wendy Appelbaum, South African Investor and Businesswoman (South Africa)

Students, Doctorate, Master in International Business, Foreign Trade

African Business and Economy

Wendy Appelbaum (South African Businesswoman).

Wendy Appelbaum (African Businesswoman) is the daughter of Donald Gordon, one of the largest philanthropist and the most influential Businessman in South Africa.

  1. Wendy Appelbaum was the Director of Liberty Investors Limited
  2. Appelbaum co-founded WIPHOLD (Women's Investment Portfolio Holdings) a South African investment company owned and managed by black women
  3. One of the aims of WIPHOLD is the black women empowerment in Africa, China, Brazil, and India
  4. WIPHOLD is quoted at the JSE (Johannesburg Securities Exchange)
  5. Wendy Appelbaum is also the Chairperson of the “Connection Group,” one of the largest IT distributor in South Africa and Director of Morgenzon Estate (wine farm)
  6. Wendy is also a trustee of the investment holding “Tribune Trust” and Director of “Sphere Holdings” (black empowerment firm)

Wendy Appelbaum is a prominent philanthropist, collaborating with Donald Gordon Foundation, Wits Gordon Medical Centre, Helen Suzman Foundation, and Global Philanthropists' Circle.

Wendy Appelbaum is Jewish.

More information about South Africa (EENI African Business Portal).

  1. Bloemfontein, Durban, Ekurhuleni
  2. Johannesburg, Pretoria, Cape Town

Wendy Appelbaum belongs to the Southern African Economic Area.

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