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Entrepreneur Mag April 2012

In our April issue we discuss partnerships and how to find the right partner for your business.

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Make or Break Partnerships

Partnerships that work, partnerships  that don’t, and expert advice on how you can find the right partner for your business.

Start Early, Retire Rich

Private Property founder Justin Clarke on how to get started and retire rich. What your kids never learnt in life skills classes.

Then and Now

We’ve been profiling entrepreneurs for 6 years. We shared their highs and lows and they have inspired us and hopefully you too. Today we revisit some of those entrepreneurs’ stories, and find out how they have weathered the recession, and grown.

Profit Share for Increased Performance

Employee targets can result in more productive staff- and growing a business.

Best Learning Feature

In a sluggish economy and a workplace that is transforming at a speed that can make your head spin, how can entrepreneurs ride out the uncertainty and changes? One answer is through continuing education.

Don’t Forget the Business Plan

How to improve your odds of success by writing a business plan.

Win the Innovation Award

If you want to compete in the market place, you need to embrace innovation.

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Entrepreneur Mag April Issue

We give you top tips on how to double your turnover.

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More Than Double Your Turnover

10 years to R100 million. Less than 2 more to R250 million. Find out how Chris Wilkins did it, and how you can too.

Branson on why money isn’t everything

Sometimes it’s actually better to start with less money than pots of it.

Make your mark

Why you don’t need to belong to big chain stores to have a successful brand. Lone stars who are rewriting the rules…

Hire Superstars

A 6 step process for finding, hiring and keeping superstar employees.

In the know but customer no-show

You have the expertise but where are the customers?

Be a mental machine

Three strategies to work brain-boosting activities into your busy schedule.

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Entrepreneur Mag March 2013

Find out how 2 men turned an SMS into a R300 million empire.

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From Students to Moguls

How two men turned an sms into a R300 million empire.

Be Like Zuck

Lessons on building a team from Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook.

Become a Master Marketer

Three simple, cost effective marketing steps that will get you to the top of your game, reaching the right consumers, and beating your competitors.

Feed Your Brain

How to train your brain to stay focused.

Be Your Brand

Kate Moodley shares her take on the accountability of business leaders, always delivering on what you promise and becoming a market leader.

Smart Finance, Smarter Businesses

Successful businesses bring in enough money to keep going. It’s as simple (and complicated) as that.

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Entrepreneur Mag Feb 2013

It’s time to change what you know about getting business funding!

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MYTH: There’s no business funding available.

FACT: There’s more funding for you than ever before.

Entrepreneur’s little black book of funders.

  • Who they are
  • What they look for
  • How to contact them

The Unrealistic Optimist

Young urban entrepreneur Jonathan Liebmann is dispelling myths left, right and centre: Property entrepreneurs need to be older, more established. Wrong. Johannesburg as a hip urban centre is a thing of the past. Wrong. Businesses can’t thrive in the centre of town. Wrong. Welcome to Maboneng Precint, which is breathing life back into Joburg’s CBD.

Make Your Brand Voice Heard

Adapt your social media plan for 2013 and capitalise on the year’s biggest trends.

Get Excited About New Ideas

Learn to trust your entrepreneurial instincts.

Staying On Top While the Market Changed

Colin Thornton talks to Entrepreneur about the transformation of Dial-A-Nerd from a budget solution for customers to a premium service for corporates.

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