Our Services

Temporary Executives

Moksha can provide a resource that is adaptable, an excellent communicator, integrates well with teams and is a “fixer”. The more dire the straits the organisation may find itself in, the better. Moksha's consultants are accomplished in a variety of industries and across disciplines, and able to make and implement strategic decisions. Implementation is the focus; whether re-organising, down-sizing, starting anew, or revitalising, we have a solution.

Business Plans

Moksha provides research, development and/or execution of detailed business plans.

Strategic Workshops

We are available to present or facilitate workshops and/or give presentations based on sector analysis and research, or actual customer experience.


We offer desk and face-to-face consultations with key stakeholders.

Corporate Stress Management

Moksha has developed and offers a specialised programme centred on self-management and aimed at unleashing potential. (Please see our Stress Management page for more details).

The typical engagement is over a period of time and focuses on measurable implementation, which allows a risk/performance based element.

Moksha Enterprises is run by founder Chris Loker, with additional talent brought in as and when required. Chris has a Bachelor of Business Science from UCT, is a (Fellow of the Institute of Life and Pension Advisors), and has a Diploma in Financial Markets & Instruments. He has experience in Internet banking, retail treasury, cards, online broking, call centres and investment products, as well as in other entrepreneurial ventures, such as a partnership in Polari-Tea, a herbal tea business. He practises yoga regularly, as well as road-running and open water swimming. In 1990 he lead a South African delegation to an international student conference in Japan on sustainable development and has come full circle since then to active involvement in sustainability solutions.

Strategy is...

"Making trade-offs in competing and choosing what not to do! The greatest barriers to strategy are often internal." - Michael Porter, Harvard Business School