Spotting an opportunity and acting on it is no easy task. Here's some motivation to help you.
The not-so-glamorous but extremely necessary realities of creating an investable and saleable company starts with statutory records and share registers.
If money is your only holdup for realising your dream, do some research - you might find more opportunities than you'd expect.
Choosing which opportunities to focus on, making sales and finding the right partners to work with.
Learn the value of keeping a Dream List, and use these tactics to push yourself towards your dream life.
Here are six reasons not having a side hustle is harming you.
If you’re serious about your start-up journey, the learning is never done.
Every start-up is going to have an uphill journey. Here's how you can survive the struggle.
Add in the all-important role of luck in both business and gambling and we can further reinstate the point that entrepreneurship might be even closer to actual gambling than one may imagine.
There's a lot that goes into a company's name.
Smart tips on knowing when to launch — and how to keep your team motivated once you have.
You have a promising career ahead of you but you’re also an aspiring entrepreneur. Is starting up your own business going to sabotage your career?
The first year of entrepreneurship is always the toughest. Long hours, countless teething problems, hundreds of bills to pay, and even more cups of coffee.
Launching a company within an industry you know nothing about? (Like Elon Musk did). No, you're not crazy.
You have a dream but you need a checklist to achieve it.
Challenges include lacking resources, funding or losses that you have to spend time recouping. But with a little creativity, you will be able to mitigate risk and maintain steady, albeit slow, growth.
2. Focus on what machines can’t do
Matt Brown chats to Ross Drakes about the realities of managing cashflow of a business and shares little known tactics and tips for entrepreneurs so they always get paid and keep the doors open.
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.
When purchasing and transferring shares in a private company, make sure you dot all the i’s and cross all the t’s, before later claims are made to your hard-earned success.