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Entrepreneur Mag Dec 2011

End off the year with your favourite ‘how to guide’ for starting and growing a business.




December 2011 Cover Entrepreneur Magazine South Africa

Start a Business for Free

The reality for most start-ups is that you will not secure external funding from investors and you’ll have no option but to fund the launch of your business yourself. How will you be able to afford it? It’s quite simple…be on the lookout for freebies and take advantage of any special offers you come across. Here’s how to join the ‘cheap revolution’.

Best of 2011

A collection of the very best expert advice from 2011:

  • Learn to think ahead
  • Charge your customers a premium price
  • Streamline your systems to save money and time
  • Improve your chances of getting a loan
  • Add value and save costs
  • Generate repeat sales

Brands of Distinction

As the year draws to a close, it’s time to celebrate by treating yourself to the finer things in life. Entrepreneur’s collection of must-haves for the New Year includes some of the most prestigious brands available, from high performance sports cars to stylish business accessories, award-winning brandy to iconic whisky. Go on, indulge yourself. You deserve it.

Profile: Entrepreneurs Who Make It Happen For Other Entrepreneurs

There’s a broad range of people in South Africa who are passionate about supporting entrepreneurial businesses and providing the means for them to grow and be profitable. What they have in common is an ardent belief in entrepreneurs and a passion for helping them to find the right solutions. We spoke to a group of people who know better than most what it truly means to be an entrepreneur, simply because they have been there and done that. They are taking what they have learnt and using their knowledge, insight and experience to help grow a new generation of entrepreneurs.

Entrepreneur Magazine is South Africa's top read business publication with the highest readership per month according to AMPS. The title has won seven major publishing excellence awards since it's launch in 2006. Entrepreneur Magazine is the "how-to" handbook for growing companies. Find us on Google+ here.

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