Global platform gives start-ups the chance to access international markets and attract funding from beyond SA’s shores.
Most start-ups look for funding. The founders of Citymob were looking for a partner whose skills perfectly complemented their own.
They attracted investors within weeks, with a self-storage site that hadn’t yet been developed, using a business model that hadn’t yet been successfully tested, by two...
If you think you can’t start a business with R1 000, think again.
Two entrepreneurs are proving that they’d rather have great people who believe passionately in what they’re doing than a big VC deal.
A local start-up is giving communities an identity with Idols-style neighbourhood naming.
Local entrepreneurs corner market with off-the-shelf commercial themes for publishing platform WordPress.
Second-tier lenders are making an impact in a market gap not serviced by traditional bank lenders. Paragon Lending Solutions is leading the charge.
Dirt poor as a child, Lebo Gunguluza, entrepreneur, motivational speaker and all-round mover and shaker, became one of South Africa’s youngest self-made black millionaires at 27.
What you should know about the link between your business plan and getting the funding that you need.