The only company right for you to start is the company that you will love to run.
As small businesses in South Africa are recognised as a driving force for economic growth and creation of jobs, enterprise development programmes offered by government and corporates offer black entrepreneurs the opportunity to find support and training to further develop their small businesses.
It’s easy to be an entrepreneur. Quit your job and start a company. Boom! You’re an entrepreneur. It’s also easy to be poor. Being an entrepreneur is not about quitting your job and starting a company. It’s about making money.
Change doesn't have to be complicated. Simply tweak the old to ring in the new. Here's how.
Do you up your business acumen through course work, or go out there and get experience? Either way, it’s how you conduct yourself in the work place that really counts.
How to develop and evaluate your start-up’s value proposition.
Here are six lessons that you can learn from some of the hottest celebrities around:
Remember that the bigger the bait, the bigger the fish you’ll catch.
Tips to help you decide how much you should charge your clients so you earn a profit but aren't price gouging them.
Whether you're looking for raw materials for manufacturing or finished products to resell, this guide will help you find and forge great relationships with suppliers.
Finding the right business opportunity depends on two important questions to ask yourself: Is there a gap in the market? And am I the right person to fill the gap?
A business model is a description of how a business makes money. Here's what your business model needs to deliver on in order to ensure the venture is profitable.
So you’ve identified a gap in the market and created a product or service to fill that gap. You’ve established a business to produce the product or deliver the service and you’ve worked out an innovative way to finance your new venture. The final and most important link in the chain is to get some customers and make some sales.