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#20Lessons20Years: Lesson 15: The lazy vision statement
#20Lessons20Years: Lesson 15: The lazy vision statementArticle

Let's be honest. At the beginning of our entrepreneurial journeys, the first few months, if not years, are just about making month-end...

Allon Raiz 19 Apr 2021

Tax registration and compliance makes good business sense for SMEs
Tax registration and compliance makes good business sense for SMEsArticle

Owners of small- and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) have a lot on their plate. Between day-to-day operations, sales and marketing and other responsibilities...

12 Apr 2021

Your business needs an accountant
Your business needs an accountantArticle

As a business owner, you probably don't know much about bookkeeping and if you do, you probably don't have the time...

Bridget du Toit 29 Sep 2020

Time to reinvent the future of your business
Time to reinvent the future of your businessArticle

Just weeks after winding down their operations, companies are being asked to restart their engines at an unprecedented rate as lockdown rules are gradually relaxed...

Vukani Mngxati 20 May 2020

It's your business - own it!
It's your business - own it!Article

In 2016, automotive and energy company Tesla paid $11m to purchase the domain name Tesla.com. Originally registered as TeslaMotors.com, the company spent over a decade trying to acquire Tesla.com...

18 Oct 2019

Putting data to work across your organisation
Putting data to work across your organisationArticle

In most organisations today, people are talking about digital transformation...

Sudhish Mohan 5 Jun 2019

Customer touch points – the power of consistent deliveryArticle

In a market where advertising is becoming saturated, brands live or die through every experience your customers have with your staff. Craig Cesman, CEO of DMX Music, looks at customer touch points, the interface where your brand meets your consumer and then lives or dies.

Issued by DMX 26 Oct 2018

Lady Bonin's Tea Bar
Lady Bonin's Tea BarArticle

Bree Street may be the cool kid on the block, but Cape Town's Long Street is home to the country's first dedicated tea bar...

Eugene Yiga 6 Aug 2018

Office design features for optimum inspiration and productivity
Office design features for optimum inspiration and productivityArticle

Nothing is more important than keeping your marketing team engaged and inspired. After all, how can they come up with innovative and creative brand-boosting ideas without an environment that fosters them?...

Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 10 Jan 2018

Boris Dzhingarov
Here's how you can hire a marketing dream teamArticle

The talent you stock in your marketing departments will largely determine the direction your business goes in the future. If you get the right creative minds in there, the sky is the limit...

Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 3 Mar 2017

Marthinus Van Loggerenberg
Building multinational brands in Africa: a business perspectiveArticle

A strong complement of global brands yearn for a juicy piece of the African pie. Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Ethiopia, Zambia and the DRC are feverously pursued based on their lucrative economic growth...

Marthinus Van Loggerenberg, Issued by Nahana Communications Group 3 May 2016

Are you ready for the competition? - Retail World Africa 2016
Are you ready for the competition? - Retail World Africa 2016Article

Retail is changing and it's changing fast! With new entrants into Africa's retail and e-commerce markets, retailers are losing customers to new, niche players in the industry...

Issued by Terrapinn 25 Jan 2016

Five timeless business strategies to steal from the big dogs
Five timeless business strategies to steal from the big dogsArticle

Have you ever wondered why some people are successful in business and everything they touch seems to turn to gold? In most cases the 'big dogs' follow timeless business strategies that anyone can use to produce the same results...

Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 3 Dec 2015

Five common mistakes made when buying commercial property
Five common mistakes made when buying commercial propertyArticle

Buying commercial property is a long-term commitment and a major investment for any business, therefore, care must be taken to avoid five common mistakes, as the decision needs to align with the businesses' growth objectives...

24 Mar 2015

Customer service - it really is your problem
Customer service - it really is your problemArticle

Too many businesses are getting customer service wrong. Bureaucratic business processes are making it incredibly difficult for employees to be flexible and accommodate unique customer needs.

Su-Mari Du Bruyn 17 Mar 2014

Why you need to start paying attention to Gen Y
Why you need to start paying attention to Gen YArticle

There's a running joke doing the rounds that Gen Y's are delusional yuppies who do nothing more than waste time and space inflating their egos. Let's look at the facts though...

Issued by Interact RDT 13 Mar 2014

Howard Badler
Service in a recessionArticle

The buzzword in the world these days seems to be “recession”. How will your company stay afloat during these challenging times, especially when research has shown that it costs up to five times more to get a new customer than retaining your existing customer?

Howard Badler 6 Jul 2009

Garth Walker
Starting, running and keeping a small design businessBlog post

You are a designer - and want to stay a designer - a few tips from the ‘school of hard knocks’ on what to expect if you go it alone...

Garth Walker 14 Apr 2009

Underestimating the value of simple MRD's will cost you dearlyArticle

Many of us might know that not doing proper market research will cost you dearly, but like many other things we sometimes neglect this part of growing our businesses. We see market research as an expense to the company and I think this is where the real problem comes in. When we talk about advertising and promotions most of the big corporate companies will agree that this is a critical, if not vital, part of their business.

Lehan Stemmet 6 Apr 2003

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