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#EntrepreneurshipIssues: The importance of formalising your business
#EntrepreneurshipIssues: The importance of formalising your businessArticle

I must admit, I did not realise the importance of formalising a business when I first registered my PR company nine years ago. I registered the company as a Private Company (Pty) Limited (Ltd)...

Miranda Lusiba 13 Apr 2021

Where in the world is it cheapest to launch a business?
Where in the world is it cheapest to launch a business?Article

Lockdowns and restrictions have left many of us looking for things to do to fill the time, but what do you do once you've baked your fourth banana bread of the week, exhausted every theme for a Zoom quiz, and watched everything on Netflix?

10 Feb 2021

Take your side hustle to new heights with a few simple hacks
Take your side hustle to new heights with a few simple hacksArticle

Side hustling. It's what you're doing when the clock strikes five, and everyone else kicks off their work shoes, it's what you're doing when most people's days are over, and yours is just beginning, it's what you're doing when you're using your creative fix to stash some extra cash...

Issued by OLX 16 Sep 2020

'Save Your Local' platform launched
'Save Your Local' platform launchedArticle

According to Statistics South Africa, 30% of all businesses say they do not have enough revenue to last more than one month of lockdown...

24 Apr 2020

#Covid-19: Bizcommunity takes business virtual, as usual
#Covid-19: Bizcommunity takes business virtual, as usualArticle

Bizcommunity has always been the place where virtual business gets done and is fully set up to seamlessly enable your business communications through the 21-day national lockdown, starting at midnight on 26 March 2020...

Issued by Bizcommunity.com 25 Mar 2020

5 steps to set up your business in 2020
5 steps to set up your business in 2020Article

Many South Africans would have decided to make 2020 the year that they start their own business...

8 Jan 2020

7 Tax tips for SMEs
7 Tax tips for SMEsArticle

Taxpayer education and the cost of tax compliance remains a significant challenge for small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs)...

14 Aug 2019

#WTMA18: An inside look at the Google Trekker Project
#WTMA18: An inside look at the Google Trekker ProjectArticle

This was more than just putting South Africa on the map, it was a nation-building project with a common cause...

Robin Fredericks 23 Apr 2018

The costume shop boss
The costume shop bossArticle

It is becoming more and more apparent that costume shops are becoming a booming business. It is a direction any young entrepreneur in the making needs to pay attention to...

Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 29 Jun 2017

This is how you run a business in these complicated times
This is how you run a business in these complicated timesArticle

The business landscape is changing fast across the world and chief executives have to be versatile to deal with an environment that is becoming increasingly complicated to read and adapt to, a new study indicates...

Ngugi Mungai 7 Mar 2016

Node Africa, the Kenyan start-up that came to be in just six weeks
Node Africa, the Kenyan start-up that came to be in just six weeksArticle

Node Africa is currently the most ambitious start-up in Kenya, even though it was barely two months old when it officially launched on January 28, 2016...

Ngugi Mungai 7 Mar 2016

Don't wait for another Uber to drive you out of the market
Don't wait for another Uber to drive you out of the marketArticle

The digital revolution has transformed the business landscape, creating huge opportunities for growth, but also leaving many casualties along the way...

Ngugi Mungai 29 Feb 2016

Why Kenyan SMEs must tap the potential of mobile phones
Why Kenyan SMEs must tap the potential of mobile phonesArticle

Mobile phone penetration has significantly increased in Kenya and its imperative for small businesses to tap into the potential of this technology to operate better and smarter...

Ngugi Mungai 25 Jan 2016

Kenya needs to improve business environment for SMEs to grow
Kenya needs to improve business environment for SMEs to growArticle

The conduciveness of starting and conducting a business in Kenya currently stands at 47 percent, placing the country behind eight African economies polled by South African based Thinkroom Consulting...

Ngugi Mungai 14 Dec 2015

Powerful strategies for retaining your best employees
Powerful strategies for retaining your best employeesArticle

It's time to change the human resource strategy to stop competitors from poaching talent from your company, according to a new study...

Ngugi Mungai 11 Dec 2015

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SME finance low in Kenya due to lack of market dataArticle

Kenya still lacks rigorous analysis on the size and evolution of the small and medium enterprise finance market, which has resulted in a lack of appropriate financial services for SMEs...

Ngugi Mungai 28 Oct 2015

Consumers want enhanced digital branding
Consumers want enhanced digital brandingArticle

Businesses have to improve their branding technique because empowered consumers want more flexibility, freedom, and convenience in when and how they consume their preferred content...

Ngugi Mungai 26 Oct 2015

Don't spend on research, use open data instead
Don't spend on research, use open data insteadArticle

Kenyan small businesses could save massive resources and time spent doing market research by using open data to plan crucial marketing strategies...

Ngugi Mungai 25 Sep 2015

Boris Dzhingarov
Five tips to leverage business directory listing to the benefit of the businessArticle

In the era of the internet, it can be safe to derive that local SEO and local businesses have been built for each other. There are several people that are making the most of the perks local business has to offer...

Boris Dzhingarov 19 Aug 2015

The UIF conundrumArticle

We're all reeling from the saga of having to comply with the new drivers licence cards. The new plastic bags law that comes into effect this week has us hording our 'checkers' for future use. And maybe now you're thinking you're a law-abiding citizen, and then UIF hits you. If you've purposefully been out of cell and media range in the bush over the past Govt-sponsored holidays - you were supposed to register your casual workers for UIF last week. UIF is a serious law and affects small businesses the most - all staff you employ for more than 24 hours a month require UIF paid now, or you face big fines. We asked Human Resources consultant, Alexandra Hadfield, to give us the low down.

Alexandra Hadfield 4 May 2003

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