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The NGO space isn’t easy. It’s a constant uphill battle to connect scarce resources with the vulnerable. Annelise de Jager has persevered in this space because she’s tapped into her personal purpose and values.
Motivating employees to give their best is the cornerstone of high-performance, high-growth organisations. Organisational culture expert Siphiwe Moyo shows you how to boost employee morale.
Seelan Sundoo learnt the hard way how a bad partnership can kill a business. Today he’s taking a different approach.
When Alicen Naicker quit her job she had no idea what she was going to do next. But she had R2 000 left after paying her bills, and so she sat down and thought about something that everyone needed. The answer? Chairs.
Andrew McLean is an ex-professional cyclist, TV presenter and the founder of Cycle Lab. He approaches business (and everything else in life) the same way he does a fierce race.
When Rodney Norman was 21, his first business ended up R1 million in debt. With so much owing to suppliers, he couldn’t continue trading. Instead, he needed to take stock of what had gone wrong, pull himself together, and come up with a plan.
The best opportunities don’t just land in your lap – you have to go out and make them happen. But while you’re building your business, don’t lose sight of your original vision.
For Dawid Mocke, living a life well-lived, following your dreams, and helping others to pursue theirs is the essence of success.
When Siya Mapoko's first business was failing, he was desperate for advice. He turned to the JSE's top business titans to discover the secrets to success. What he learnt not only changed his business, but also influenced countless other SMEs over the years.
Joyce Mnguni has built her dream business by taking leaps out of her comfort zones, again and again and again… and she’s never regretted a single decision.
Being beyond busy - Matsi Modise of SiMODiSA on how she squeezes everything into one day.
“With a client coach we had a win rate of 50% or more. Without a client coach, our win rate was less than 5%.”
2017 Will be the year of video marketing. Is your business ready?
The mentor/mentee relationship is one of the most important foundations of business success. Here’s how to get it right.
Not only has the 31-year old entrepreneur achieved what he set out to do, but he was a self-made millionaire at 24, the youngest investor on South Africa’s Shark Tank, and an entrepreneur who is shaking up the entire accounting industry. All without taking a single cent of debt.
As a former international kickboxer, national kickboxing team manager in Norway and entrepreneur, Gjermund Nesland has learnt how important discipline and focus are to ultimate success.
The best start-ups don’t follow the expected norms and restrictions of established industries. They spot gaps, think outside the box, and bring skills together in new and exciting ways.
76% of the average South African salary is servicing debt. This is causing massive financial stress for blue and white collar workers alike. Do you know how your workforce is affected by debt? Are your engagement and productivity levels suffering? Hayley Parry and Gary Kayle of The Money School unpack the truth about financial stress.
What single characteristic unites South Africa’s most successful entrepreneurs? They have passion and a purpose — and it’s driving their successes to new heights.
One of the biggest challenges Decision Inc, which has a turnover of R116 million, has faced on its growth journey is that of price.