Find your community

X-Change community groups meet regularly in small gatherings providing support through relationships and resources to help business leaders live out their marketplace calling. They use flexible formats, from more casual themed conversations to courses and content creation sessions.

Find your local community group.

Kim Atkins


Kim is a South African jewellery designer whose acclaimed designs are inspired by Biblical themes and imagery. Kim sees beauty in people and believes business should be used to add value to the lives of people. She is passionate about social and economic justice, and is committed to entrepreneurial development.

Anthony Farr


Anthony is CEO of Allan & Gill Gray Philanthropy Africa. Leading alongside his wife, Susannah, this group meets virtually and is comprised of senior business leaders and investors from across the continent who desire to have a positive impact on the communities they operate in.

David Beattie


David is the founder of the Chorus Property Group, and passionate about helping organisations, teams and individuals reach their God-given potential. This is a virtual group that meets every 6-weeks and is comprised of business leaders who are looking to grow in their stewardship of business.

Phillipa Geard


Phillipa is the Founder and CEO of RecruitMyMom & RecruitAGraduate. Phillipa is a social entrepreneur who is passionate about seeing women who lead in business thrive in their marketplace calling.

Dieter Jansen

Mossel Bay

Dieter is a John Maxwell certified speaker, trainer and executive coach. Dieter loves people, making a difference and is passionate about walking alongside value-based leaders.

Almero Strauss


Almero has been a Director and an executive member of Mergon's Investment team since 2008. This virtual group is for entrepreneurs and business leaders who are passionate about redeeming the business world as a force for good.

Ziwani Team

Africa (Continental)

The Ziwani team personally leads this multicountry group with business leaders across Africa. This is seen as the introductory group should you not have a group near you.

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