Starting a Business
What not to do when starting a business
Most, if not all, entrepreneurs have heard a variation of the statement "75% of start-ups fail within the first year". While this statement is often altered and taken out of context, the fact is that failure within the first year of business isn very likely for many start-ups. These 10 tips will help you better prepare for and navigate the start-up journey.
Most aspirational or established entrepreneurs will know that there is no shortage of "How To" articles that reiterate the same business tips for starting a business and succeeding as an entrepreneur. This is not one of those articles. This article looks at 10 uncommon business tips that entrepreneurs probably have not come across before.
Business etiquette involves more than eating with the right fork or leaving a suitable tip.
The Entrepreneurs Growth Centre is a support desk for entrepreneurs wishing to start or grow their businesses. The centre provides entrepreneurs with the information needed to run a successful business, addresses the challenges entrepreneurs face and, in doing so, promotes and develops entrepreneurship in South Africa.
Business Partners Limited has compiled a list of institutions and training providers offering courses in business management and entrepreneurship, which should add value to someone looking to start or grow their small business. This list focuses on accredited courses. Full time, part time, distance learning, and even online programmes are included in this list.
National Business Initiative - a voluntary group of companies promoting sustainable growth & development in SA
A practical guide to starting and managing your own successful business in South Africa - Book review: Of Course you Can, Brian Adams
Goal-setting is crucial to any business's success. Review this article to help you set short-term and long-term business goals and successfully achieve them.