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Entrepreneur Mag May 2012

In our May issue, we show you how to sharpen your business skills.





Sharpen Your Skills

In the May issue of Entrepreneur we show you how to be better at everything.

  • Thrive in tough times
  • Build brands that bring in revenue
  • Deal with difficult customers
  • Encourage repeat business
  • Master your sales mojo
  • Win over angry customers

Profit by Giving Something for Nothing

Make freemium work for you: how to attract customers with free content and then sell them premium services and subscriptions.

Sailing Unchartered Waters

A new take on retirement planning helps three entrepreneurs grow a multi-million rand business that’s at the forefront of a global retirement philosophy evolution.

Create a Timeless Brand

Five rules to creating a distinctive and durable perception in the minds of your clients.

SME Catalogue

Business improvement is a vital component in the accelerated growth of any business. Small to medium sized business owners should constantly be looking for ways to do things better, faster, and more efficiently and cost-effectively. We give you 33 tools to help you do this.

Investing in Growth

Richard Middleton, portfolio manager of the Investec Growth Fund, shares his personal experiences and advice on equity investment.

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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Entrepreneur Mag April Issue

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





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.





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!





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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