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Nadine Todd is the Managing Editor of Entrepreneur Magazine, the How-To guide for growing businesses. Find her on Google+.
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Running A Business Like ClockWork – The Founders Weigh In On Launch Success

If you want your start-up to blow the lights out, you need to become a student of your own company. There is nothing more valuable to success than actionable data.
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AutoTrader South Africa’s George Mienie Knows Disruptive Innovation Is More Than Shifting Gears

Today, AutoTrader.co.za has grown its digital revenue to over R185 million, while being widely acknowledged as a disruptive tech leader. Here’s how disruptive innovation has become part of an ex-print publisher’s DNA.
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5 Key Tactics That Helped Gill Bowen And Tim Hartzenberg Revitalise The Shooshoos Brand

Great brands are built when the right product finds a strong market fit, and the business has a firm strategy and strong foundations in place. Here’s how the owners of Shooshoos are taking a much-loved South African brand global.
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5 Top Lessons From Vimala Ariyan On Building A High-Growth Start-Up

Starting a business takes guts, focus and determination — and a lot of hard work. But get the basics right, and you can create something that makes a real difference in society.
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Avoid The Founder’s Trap And Learn From Propertuity’s High-Impact Growth

This is how you take one small idea — to bring communities, development and businesses back to the inner city through an ambitious urban regeneration project — and turn it into a reality. Welcome to Maboneng, place of light, nestled in the heart of Joburg’s inner city.
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10 Lessons From Andrew Brand On Shaping Organisational Success

Ten lessons in growth to implement in your business today.
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How Mark Sham Earned His Suits & Sneakers

For many businesses, the biggest challenge is getting their message heard. Through Suits & Sneakers, Mark Sham is not only building a huge microphone to create awareness around his business and his vision to change education and training in South Africa, but he’s forging a network of entrepreneurs and corporate businesses to champion the cause. Here’s how he’s doing it.
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How Ramona Kasavan Built An Organisation That Helps Women Empower Themselves

Starting a business can be brutal. Your vision can take longer to materialise than you hoped, and you’ll probably have to adjust your model along the way. Ramona Kasavan knows that if you have a dream bigger than yourself, it’s worth fighting for. Here are her four pillars to a successful start-up that can change society as we know it.
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How An Accidental Entrepreneur Founded A R175 Million Business

Andrew Brand calls it his ‘art director MBA’. It’s the lessons he’s learnt building an advertising agency that cares more about customer supplier awards than glittering design awards. It’s the foundation of a 300-employee strong business with a turnover in excess of R175 million that was launched because Checkers was willing to give a two-man agency a chance to prove itself. And it’s how a business that was launched as the recession hit has not only survived, but thrived.
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Sibongiseni Mbatha’s Top Collaboration Techniques To Grow Your Business

As the president of the Association of Black Securities and Investment Professionals (ABSIP), Sibongiseni Mbatha has learnt that true success can only be achieved when people take responsibility for their actions, respect each other, and work collectively to achieve a common goal.
Shameem Kumandan

5 Growth Advice Secrets From Shameem Kumandan

Shameem Kumandan has gone from a small-business owner to a high-growth entrepreneur by shifting her mindset and following five simple rules for growth.
Shatty Mashego

For Shatty Mashego Success Lies In Maintaining A Positive Mindset

The battle to become a success is fought in the mind. That’s where success is won or lost. Are you training your mind to support your success — or sabotaging it?
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Sisa Ngebulana’s 8 Lessons For Forging Success

Sisa Ngebulana, the founder of Rebosis, SA’s first black-managed and substantially held property fund to be listed on the JSE, reveals the mindset that helped him win against all odds.
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5 Steps That Helped Innovative Marketing Take The Leap

Launching a business is all about recognising a gap in the market — and then capitalising on it.
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How Keri Stroebel Stepped Out Of Her Comfort Zone To Change Her Life

With no pageanting experience, Keri Stroebel entered Mrs South Africa in 2016 to do something different and combat her post-partum depression. The experience changed her life, giving her the direction she’d been looking for.
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4 Steps to Sustainable Business Growth

Super Group CEO Peter Mountford unpacks the four steps that brought Super Group out from massive debt and into cash-positive profitability.
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The Founder Of Khalala Earned Her Stripes Through An Entrepreneurial Baptism Of Fire

Sometimes the only way to live your dreams is to leap first, and then find the idea that will make your entrepreneurial goals come true. Mahadi Granier is living proof that where there’s a will, there’s a way.
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How Peter Mountford Became The Turnaround King

Here’s how a failing behemoth found its feet, got back on track, and turned a profit.
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The Founders of Zang Chocolate Are Fun, Feisty and Serious About Growth

Bringing a new product to the FMCG market is tough. You need the right product, partners and mindset. Here’s how the founders of Zang are getting it right.
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Persistence Can Beat Any Odds Says The Founder Of Rebosis Property Fund

When Sisa Ngebulana left Mthatha to pursue his dreams he had high aspirations for himself. He didn’t know what path his career would take, but he did know he wanted to achieve greatness.
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