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.

Reported economic crime in South Africa hits record levels

77% of SA organisations have experienced economic crime and CEO’s and boards are increasingly being held accountable for economic crime.

My Small Business South Africans make ‘R28K average’ with properties on Airbnb

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My Small Business How to offer your customers a personalised online shopping experience

Here are five personalisation tactics written in collaboration with SA’s largest payment gateway, PayU, that you can implement into your sales strategy.

My Small Business How to help new entrepreneurs to succeed

Why do 70% to 80% of small businesses fail within five years? What should be done to strengthen SMMEs in SA?

My Small Business Gov to pay up R1.2bn in Gautrain settlement

R585 million and more Christmas presents for Murray & Roberts.

My Small Business Netcare jobs ‘safe’ as deal with Clicks is approved

The statement noted that the agreement excluded the dispensing of prescriptions in the Netcare Hospital pharmacies.

My Small Business Two young, black creatives preparing to conquer video content

Content creation defines the brand Love Affair Production.

My Small Business Mauritius calling

Board of Investment to open full-service Johannesburg office.

My Small Business Can you afford a long, happy retirement?

Why guaranteed annuities are an option.

My Small Business Entrepreneurs need grassroots care

‘Every entrepreneur deserves an opportunity to successfully realise their businesses’ – Zinhle Mncube

My Small Business Residential rental market struggling for growth

Investors expecting a sizable return from their properties are in for a rude awakening.

My Small Business Going into Africa as a small business

“Understand the market, know its culture and be open to learning new ways of doing business”

My Small Business Fibre is firing in Jozi

Proliferation of fibre to the home in Johannesburg to grow in 2016.




 

 

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