Jacques Velleman

Business Coach & Facilitator

Fourways, Johannesburg and nationwide

BCompt (Honours) (Unisa); BCom (Accounting) (UJ)

011 465 2990

083 299 6830






Fourways, Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa

Why CEO’s and their people work with Jacques


  • 1996 | Jacques completes his BCom (Accounting) Degree at the University of Johannesburg
  • 1999 | Obtained a BCompt Honours in Accounting (UNISA) and completed articles with PWC in 2000
  • 2006 | Obtained a certificate in coaching with The Coaching Centre (Cape Town)
  • 2012 | Completed training with Gazelle International Business Coaches (Arisona, USA)


Served as Financial Director of a subsidiary of a listed concern (Medi-Clinic) at the age of 28, founded 5 start-up companies and one franchise, Board Member of various companies. Started Centred in 2012 to help CEO’s and their people succeed at business and in life. Jacques has facilitated more than 200 life-changing LMI programmes.


  • 2006 – IQ Business | Directors Award (Team Work & Innovation)
  • 2010 – Imperial Subsidiary (e-Logics) |Championed an initiative that lead the company to become a Best Employer recognised company; created a winning team culture which resulted in the company being bought by the highly successful Imperial Group
  • 2017 – Book | Wrote NxtLevelâ„¢ Business, How To Predictably Double Your Profits And Revenue In The Next 3 Years
  • 2019 – LMI | World Client of the Year
  • 2019 – LMI | Africa-Australia Facilitator of the Year
  • 2019 – Redefine Properties | Mentor to the Winner of the Innovation Challenge – prize money of R10m


To get his client companies to the next level, Jacques focuses on two things with clients:

  1. Strategy & Team workshops to help leaders and their teams plan for the future & perform better
  2. Develop leaders and their people to their full potential through LMI (Leadership Management International) programmes


In April 2017 Jacques founded The Business Book Club . A non-profit organisation with the purpose to provide knowledge to Those who do not have access to it, by collecting books and donating it to libraries in less priviledged communities.