Mega Business is a 1-day business event designed to grow any business very quickly. This is the brainchild of JT Foxx, the world’s #1 wealth and business coach, to bring over 23 speakers from 17 countries, all whom achieved great success over difficult odds.
Of course we will have South African Speakers who have not only achieved great success in the country but also internationally; they’ve all started with nothing. You will be given a step-by-step, day-by-day blueprint on how to start, grow and and dominate in any industry. This is a one time, 1-day event to achieve very fast business success. There is no sell-a-thon with a speaker selling you every 90 minutes. Instead, this is designed to give you tremendous value and success quickly.
Advanced Business Entrepreneurs
People who don’t have a business yet
Passive Wealth Seekers
Health & Fitness Enthusiasts
We apply to over 700 types of businesses
Known as a branding and marketing genius, JT owns over 50 companies and brands in everything from education, technology, real estate, clothing, diamonds, insurance, lending and internet presence. He is the author of the highly acclaimed book "Millionaire Underdog: Against All Odds"; the greatest book on how to start, grow and explode any business. He also does business in more than 30 countries worldwide and is referred to as the "World's #1 Wealth Coach".
Marketing and Branding
You will never know you can fly if you don't take a leap. Working in such a rapidly changing environment makes every day exciting.
After spending years in the media industry, Francie started her own marketing company after meeting JT Foxx in 2012. She later took on all of the marketing for JT’s business and brands in 2013. Proving herself to JT and others, her hard work and dedication to the company led her to become COO in 2018.
Before starting her own company, she had worked in marketing and mass media for companies that include Hearst, NBCUniversal, Comcast, and Fox Broadcasting. She has done a lot of work in social media, lead generation, and adapting social trends to generate business and build brands organically.
She now works with business owners and entrepreneurs around the world on building their personal and business brands, starting with what their business stands for and how to position and market the results that they deliver. This can be anything from developing websites, social media, marketing campaigns, and public relations. It doesn’t matter where your business or brand is currently, it’s about where you want it to go and finding the best way to get you and your business to that point.
Rapper, Singer, Actor
Vanilla Ice was born Robert Matthew Van Winkle on October 31, 1967 in South Dallas, Texas. He was raised by his mother, Camilla Beth (Dickerson). His father left when he was four years old and since then, he has had many stepfathers. He has German and English ancestry on his mother's side.
In his teenage years, Robert was a poor student who got dismal grades and skipped school often. He was 18 when he was in the 10th grade, and dropped out of school. During the late 80s Ice made a living by washing cars. He observed the culture and dancing of some of his peers, and later signed up at a local nightclub as a performer. He was a natural at rapping and dancing and needless to say, the audience loved him. He later got the nickname "Vanilla Ice", because he was white.
In the year of 1989, Ice signed up with SBK records and released his first LP, "Hooked", which contained the single "Play that Funky Music" that was sent to radio stations to play. The single wasn't a huge success, and "Hooked" received poor sales. Later, in 1990, a local DJ decided to turn the "Play that Funky Music" record and play what was on the other side. That single was "Ice Ice Baby", which sampled "Under Pressure" by Queen and David Bowie. Contrary to "Play that Funky Music", "Ice Ice Baby" was a huge success, and radio stations everywhere received requests to play that song. Ice re-released "Hooked" as "To The Extreme", which contained "Ice Ice Baby", and it sold over 15 million copies and holds the record for the highest selling rap record ever.
Vanilla Ice fever was everywhere. Soon there was hundreds of merchandise, such as a Vanilla Ice doll and a board game. Ice was featured on a tour of 'M.C Hammer', which influenced his dress style. Soon, he was wearing baggy jump pants and large, loud jackets with a quote on the back. "Ice Ice Baby" was on the number #1 spot for 16 weeks, and so was "To The Extreme". It was only after the success of "Ice Ice Baby" that Queen and David Bowie received credit for the sample of "Under Pressure". Vanilla Ice joked they were different, because he adding one note in his version. Ice then released "Extremely Live", which contained music from one of his concerts. It sold 500,000 copies and reached Gold status.
Later in 1991, Vanilla Ice decided to get involved in the movie business. He made an appearance in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze (1991) and then later scored his first feature film, Cool as Ice (1991). The movie was flop, having spent only three weeks in the box office before dropping out.
Ice spent 2 years taking up motocross under his real name, and completely dropped out from the music world. In 1994, he released another album called "Mind-blowin'" which introduced Ice's new, dread-locked, dope-smoking image. "Mind-blowin'" didn't last long, since SBK records went bankrupt. Ice nearly died of an overdose of drugs, and was revived by one of his friends. He later married, and had two children.
In the next 4 years, Vanilla Ice focused on family life while still playing a couple of shows, mostly overseas or small venues. Then, in 1998, Ice made a comeback with his next album, "Hard To Swallow", his first nu-metal release, produced by Ross Robinson. The album was a far cry from his earlier works, and featured explicit language. There was even a rap-metal version of "Ice Ice Baby", called "Too Cold". Although the album only sold 100,000 copies, it was well-received by fans and made Ice almost respected again. It was followed by "Bi-Polar", "Platinum Underground" and "WTF", which combined nu-metal, rap-rock and hip-hop music with other genres, including country and reggae.
More recently, he has had his biggest mainstream resurgence, hosting the series The Vanilla Ice Project (2010), and recording a debut single with Jedward, "Under Pressure (Ice Ice Baby)", a mash-up of the two songs. He will also be returning to film in the Adam Sandler comedy That's My Boy (2012). At the 2011 Gathering of the Juggalos, it was announced that Vanilla Ice had signed to Psychopathic Records.
Is this a selling event like every event?
There will be several speakers, but not every speaker will be selling a product. Expect 98% content instead of 100% selling.
What content will be taught?
The current economic situation will be discussed along with the rand and the future prospects of South Africa. The billionaires, multi-millionaires and industry tycoons will share their strategies to success and best practices in marketing, branding, and sales. There will be a lot of focus on growing one's business, starting your first business and hiring and keeping the right people. Some of the content will probably be the most advanced you have heard, which will explain why you will also see a lot of high end entrepreneurs at this event.
What is the Dress Code?
Business attire: preferably a suit but at least business casual. Jeans, shorts, T-shirts and sandals are not allowed. People who do not conform to the dress code will unfortunately be turned away.
What does VIP Include?
You will get pictures with the speakers which is an amazing opportunity for your brand and credibility. You will also get priority seating. All the A-Players get VIP, and we know that this is a no-brainer for you. Remember, the best people sit closer to the stage.
Registration will begin at 7:00 am and the event will start at 9:00 am.