OverDose® was developed with those aged 25-35 in mind. There is a critical lack of content aimed specifically at this age group, which faces increasing difficulty in dealing with economic disruption, rapidly changing skills requirements for business, unemployment, social inequality and a world thrown into disorder by Covid-19.
This magazine has been created to be a platform that will be used as an instrument of positivity, to inspire young South Africans and those around the world to become business, social and ethical leaders of their generation. OverDose® is for those who are passionate about promoting a solid foundation for society and the economy, about partnering with those who are underprivileged and unemployed, about equipping young people with the tools and skills they need to take advantage of every opportunity.
OverDose® was created to open doors for this generation and future generations, but changing mindsets, creating opportunities and dreaming big. Through this publication we intend to provide hope, fan the flames of enthusiasm and provide assistance in overcoming the most challenging obstacles our readers will encounter in changing our economic and social landscape, one day at a time. Together, we can make a difference.
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