Tuesday, 16 October 2018

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  • Why digital marketing?

    Why digital marketing?

    Digital marketing costs less Traditional marketing campaigns, including print and television, are more costly because of pricey resources and the difficulty of tracking ROI. Digita ...

  • Why insure your property

    Why insure your property

    Insurance protects you from financial problems resulting from damage or loss, either to yourself or to your property. This includes things like theft, fire, lightning, hail and som ...

  • 5 advices for cash-flow sustainability

    5 advices for cash-flow sustainability

    (1) Use the know-how of outside experts to get a crystal clear idea of your best revenue and cost model for keeping the cash flowing smoothly.   (2) Build a balanced business ...

  • Why hire referral candidates only?

    Why hire referral candidates only?

    Better candidate quality Employee referrals are of higher quality and more likely to be hired than other candidates because employees only refer contacts who they know will be good ...

5 tips when assessing a franchisor

5 tips when assessing a franchisor

In part two of our special series on the business of franchising, we take a look at the various aspects of the franchisor that you should evaluate before you make a decision to ge ...

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5 popular languages commonly spoken in Africa

5 popular languages commonly spoken in Africa

The continent of Africa has many diverse languages. It is estimated that 2000 different languages and dialects are spoken on the continent. Nigeria alone is said to have over 250 ...

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Franchising: Is it for you?

Franchising: Is it for you?

Franchising is growing at a steady pace in South Africa. According to a March 2015 report by Sanlam, “There are just over 31 000 franchise outlets in South Africa, employing more ...

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Advancing women representation on company boards

Advancing women representation on company boards

After twenty-one years of freedom, listed company boards in South Africa remain male, pale and stale. This was confirmed in an October 2015 Jack Hammer Executive Report, confirmin ...

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5 lessons learned from Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote

5 lessons learned from Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote

Aliko Dangote is a business magnate, whose business acumen and aggressiveness sends fear into the minds of his competitors. He is the richest man in Nigeria, African and indeed th ...

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Developing imaginative ways of improving literacy in Africa

Developing imaginative ways of improving literacy in Africa

Africa Code Week gets underway this week, an initiative aimed at schooling Africa’s youth in literacy of the digital age - a whole new language for children to speak fluently and ...

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SciBono learning experience for Soweto students

SciBono learning experience for Soweto students

This past week, the IBBAMO foundation, a South African-based non-profit organisation limited by guarantee, sponsored a visit of Soweto High School kids to the SciBono Institute in ...

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The African Model of Entrepreneurship

The African Model of Entrepreneurship

If you were to visualise an African entrepreneur, what would you see? An old woman selling tomatoes at the roadside? Young men selling ‘odds and sods’ at the traffic lights? Or a ...

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With just R500 and a dream, Zim business man makes it big

With just R500 and a dream, Zim business man makes it big

Dreamworld Promotions is the brainchild of Godfrey Madanhire, a professional motivational speaker, who strongly believes in helping others significantly change their lives.The Zim ...

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From one entrepreneur to another

From one entrepreneur to another

Two housewives make their business dreams a reality, and offer advice to other business aspirant mom’s. Tendai Mugabe tells us the story of how she and her business partner got th ...

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