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Entrepreneur Magazine South Africa 2h
Are investors interested in ideas? Traction? The team? The founders? They're interested in all that and more, say Venture Capitalists Keet van Zyl and Clive Butkow. Find out more here:
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Entrepreneur Magazine South Africa 14h
Offlimit Communications faced a downturn after ten profitable years in business, six months later they went from massive losses back to profitability, and a year later doubled their pre-losses turnover - all in the middle of a recession. Here's how:
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Entrepreneur Magazine South Africa 16h
Research shows nearly half of South African small businesses struggle with Internet connectivity. Here's why:
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Entrepreneur Magazine South Africa 17h
Pitch AgriHack 2019 is the annual competition that awards young entrepreneurs in ICTs for agriculture is open for applications. Apply here:
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Entrepreneur Magazine South Africa 19h
New speakers have been added to the line-up of the inaugural exponential finance summit programme, bringing together over 20 global thought leaders in technology, finance, and investment.
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Entrepreneur Magazine South Africa 21h
Launching a marketing agency is a dream for many creative visionaries, but the competition is stiff. Here's some advice from MD of @LeratadimaM - on gaining a competitive advantage and differentiating your business from your competitors:
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Entrepreneur Magazine South Africa May 19
Brett Dawson took Dimension Data from a $2 billion to $8 billion business over the course of 12 years. He's now focusing on making an impact in the business landscape through investments. These are his five lessons on building a high-growth business:
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Entrepreneur Magazine South Africa May 19
Responsibility, mindset and passion are the three secrets to entrepreneurial success. Embrace them and you will find the success you're looking for.
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Entrepreneur Magazine South Africa May 19
You can be highly qualified and yet completely unknown. Instead, to be truly iconic, you need to combine three non-negotiable qualities: Knowledge, personality and publicity. Find out more here:
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Entrepreneur Magazine South Africa May 19
People leave our businesses, but how they leave counts. If you've built good relationships with your employees it will hurt when they leave, but you'll both have benefited from the experience.
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Entrepreneur Magazine South Africa May 19
A management approach that unlocks the full energy of the organisation, CEOs can turn around a failing business with the people they already have. Find out more here:
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Entrepreneur Magazine South Africa May 18
Find out why entrepreneurs tend to focus on the wrong things when pitching to investors, and what investors are really evaluating instead:
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Entrepreneur Magazine South Africa May 18
A great product range backed by an ambitious vision and a determination to get the basics right is helping Portia Mngomezulu to conquer the highly competitive beauty industry. This is her story:
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Entrepreneur Magazine South Africa May 18
Stop, Drop and Roll – the secret to managing your inbox before you open your emails and derail your day. Find out more here:
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Entrepreneur Magazine South Africa May 18
The legal background to a start-up might not be the most exciting area for an entrepreneur, but it's your foundation for growth. Are you aware of everything you need to have in place?
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Entrepreneur Magazine South Africa May 17
If your goal is to scale your business, you need to increase your sales and access to markets. We found the best way to do that was through key strategic partners whose existing clients were our target market. Find out more here:
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Entrepreneur Magazine South Africa May 17
Entrepreneur spoke to Kim Pratley and his sons, Andrew and Charles, about growing a business without compromising on quality or price. This is their story:
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Entrepreneur Magazine South Africa May 17
There are a few businesses that are more likely to thrive in South Africa than others. Here's a list of 10 that meet the needs of the country's people:
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Entrepreneur Magazine South Africa May 17
Once you discover your who, you automatically discover your why, which in turn allows you to lead with your heart rather than your head. Discover that energy source, and the world is your oyster. Find out how, here:
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Entrepreneur Magazine South Africa May 16
52% of the companies on the Fortune 500 in the year 2000 no longer exist today. Simply put, they were disrupted. If you want to survive and thrive, you need to learn to be the disruptor, and that starts with your employees. Find out more here:
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