Business advice for women entrepreneurs on starting and growing a business.
Soweto-born Dr Anna Mokgokong from Community Investment Holdings has received international acclaim for an entrepreneurial ability that has seen her grow a R1 billion company. Here’s why she believes in leading from the trenches.
Xoliswa Kakana from ICT-Works proves that credibility and brand building are as important as skills when you’re starting out in an industry.
Many things have changed, but a lot remains the same.
Standing out from the crowd means more then wearing high heels.
Entrepreneur chats to Jane Wurwand.
How to be a great leader as a woman in business.
Women often don't think they are capable of launching their own businesses, which is one reason there are significantly fewer female entrepreneurs.
Closing the gaping gender gap in boardrooms makes more business sense than you’d think.
What if you were the most successful entrepreneur you’d ever met?
The ability to successfully get your business off the ground and sustain it does not only rely on what you know about running a company, but also what you know about yourself.
Achieve anything – as long as you believe you can.
Essential rules for budding entrepreneurs.
We can always learn from the best, and being entrepreneurial is all about being a leader.
Understand the impact you make on the world.
No glass ceilings in entrepreneurship.
Understand what you are getting into before you take the plunge.
So you want to start your own business? What are you waiting for?
Most entrepreneurs go through what you’re going through before starting a business.
Put these tips for your home office into play and watch your productivity soar.
Is your business feeling like a burden? Take a load off with these tips for living your dream within your company.
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