Entrepreneur

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Give your business an edge

The latest tech to get you there

Do you want to make more sales? Or to grow your customer base?

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5 ways to drive traffic and sales

Build on your success and compete with the big guys with these clever in-store activations

To stay competitive, you need to give them compelling reasons to come into your store.

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Six Key Questions

Want to grow your business? Answer these questions first so you can succeed.

Business growth is not possible without people, processes and capital; all three must be pre-planned, nurtured and applied according your business’s growth rate.

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Pick n Pay’s Spaza Modernisation Programme

Helping to grow a new generation of modern retail entrepreneurs

The success of the programme lies in helping independent entrepreneurs remain independent but even more successful, with a range of trading and financial assistance.

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How to find a suitable side hustle

4 points to get you on your way to realising your dream

Despite the online world we presently live in, face-time is still as powerful as when the concept was first introduced to the business world.

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Are you funding-ready?

Win a copy of the SMME Kit to Access Funding!

South Africa presents massive opportunities for entrepreneurs, and significant support and funding is now available for start-ups and SMEs ready to move to the next phase in their businesses.

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Eight quick fixes to improve your small business

Apply these simple moves for instant business benefits.

To expand your network, you need to join industry bodies and attend all the networking events you can.

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Late payments, ‘tick box empowerment’ undermine SA small businesses

Small business experts give advice at the Small Business Expo

“South Africa is a land of opportunity – you can literally start a business from home,” said Kerr.” And it’s one of the few remaining countries where hard work actually counts for something.”

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It's time to hire your first employee

Here’s how to do it

It’s really not that scary. And organisations such as Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator are there to hold your hand through the process when you’re ready to take the plunge.

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Need funding for your business?

Take advantage of funding options available to you and make your dreams come true.

South Africa needs more entrepreneurs – especially those who start up, establish and grow small and medium enterprises (SMEs).