I spy with my little eye

09 September 2019 | Education

The third year UNAM Entrepreneurship Class recently paid a visit to Optic Exclusive to learn more about their daily operations. At the same time the students learned about the company’s business model compared to that of the Aravind Eye Clinic in India, which they are studying as a theoretical case study for this semester. It was also an opportunity for them to learn more about the importance of caring for one’s eyesight. The tour was conducted by Denise Meyer (optometrist) who has been at the helm of Optic Exclusive for almost two decades. Each of the students were afforded the opportunity to get a free eye test, when they wish to visit the Optic Exclusive for eye care in future. Pictured with the students are Dr Wilfred April (Senior Lecturer: UNAM), Bianca van Wyk and Godlav Kandjii from Optic Exclusive Eye Care Team.

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