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A recent South African survey conducted by Magnetic Software – a business intelligence platform designed to enhance efficiencies and profits for marketing agencies – which set out to gain further insight into this topic on a local level, reveals that there are definite times of the day, days of the week, and even months of the year in which South Africans tend to be most productive.
Inaugural board will focus on innovation strategy.
While this model is not inherently wrong, this conservative approach does not enable the legacy of wealth to pass efficiently down from one generation to the next.
These stories have been shared to spark inspiration among South Africa’s youth and encourage a spirit of entrepreneurship.
This year the Annual Africa Women Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum Conference and Exhibition will have a third arm, the AWIEF Awards, which will be taking place on the evening of the 6th of October 2017 in Cape Town, South Africa.
Facebook is partnering with the Department of Small Business Development and Livity Africa to host Youth Enterprise Day, a one-day summit that aims to celebrate and catalyse youth entrepreneurship in South Africa.
The theme of AWIEF 2017 is “Equity, Impact and Inclusive Growth towards Agenda 2030”.
Applications for the 2017 programme close in just under one month.
Following a recent article by Moneyweb highlighting the “hefty costs of global brands” and the strain this has placed on large holding companies, Krispy Kreme South Africa and franchise holding company Fournews have a different story to share.
As the South African economy continues to navigate economic challenges; the knock-on effect on consumers is one of the main issues keeping new franchisees awake at night.
Members of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization are available to discuss the practical steps they are taking for their businesses.
AccelerateHer programme concludes with lasting impact.
Introduced in South Africa 24 months ago, Accelerator is a programme run through the Entrepreneurs’ Organisation and has been successfully operating globally for more than 12 years.
The annual Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA) announced Amanda Jojo, owner of Amangie Parables of events, as its South African winner during an awards event which took place in Cape Town at the end of last week.
The real solution to the country’s unemployment is scalable entrepreneurship i.e. new businesses starting and growing rapidly ultimately creating sustainable employment - these are not survivalist or life style businesses.
The Water & Waste Management Challenge, which represents an opportunity to get involved in the solution, falls under LaunchLab’s Ideas Programme, which is the entry point into LaunchLab’s Lift-Off incubation programme.
Huge interest in MGF’s #Top40 has convinced team that additional time is required.
Youngsters can benefit from this partnership by taking these easy steps.
Applications for the MTN Solution Space Winter School Venture Incubation Programme (VIP) at the UCT Graduate School of Business are closing on 4 June 2017 and the school will be hosting a Demo Day on 31 May from 5-6.30pm to showcase graduates of the current programme.
Applications are now open for the 2018 Rolex Awards for Enterprise which supports inspiring individuals who carry out innovative projects that advance human knowledge or well-being.