22.11.2019 05:27 pm
If you want to succeed in 2020 it is imperative that you develop a well-thought-out plan that is based on this year’s review.
Previously we have spoken about the importance of conducting a thorough review of the past year to determine whether your business achieved the objectives that were set out for 2019.
As of June 2019, the Zomila team had helped 2,000 users, with most coming from Giyani and Makhado in Limpopo.
Google says it believes in the idea that African problems will be solved by Africans.
Applications are now open for the fourth group of entrepreneurs.
Twelve start-ups that graduated from the Launchpad Accelerator Africa Class 3 were provided with some nuggets of wisdom.
Selected social entrepreneurs will provide financial and non-financial support to promising social enterprises in a three-year initiative.
Starting a business is not easy, explains its owner, but she is tasting success while her customers savour the flavours of the continent.
Around 80% of the funding needs of SMEs are not met by banks, mainly because they do not have the structural capacity, says the CEO of Spartan.
Demand for the dolls has been so overwhelming that the business pair have launched Sibahle dolls with albinism and vitiligo.
There are still motor vehicle repairers and panel beaters in Durban who are not yet registered in terms of the Second-Hand Goods Act.
77% of SA organisations have experienced economic crime and CEO’s and boards are increasingly being held accountable for economic crime.
Getting into the letting game is exciting, but do your homework property first.
Here are five personalisation tactics written in collaboration with SA’s largest payment gateway, PayU, that you can implement into your sales strategy.
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