Khomotso Malakalaka, an innovative, aspiring “techpreneur” from Limpopo has been announced as the winner of the 2018 Business Partners Limited/SME Toolkit SA Business Plan Competition, at a ceremony held at the Johannesburg Country Club on the morning of Wednesday, November 21st.
So, you've decided to enter the 2019 Business Partners Limited / SME Toolkit SA Business Plan Competition for aspiring young entrepreneurs. Well done on taking another step to realising your entrepreneurial goals! Before you submit your entry form, it is important that you fully understand the rules of the competition as set out here in Annexure A.
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Calling all aspiring, young entrepreneurs! Do you want to open your own business, but don’t know where to start? Are you struggling to get your business off the ground? Do you need guidance with developing your business plan? If you answered yes to these questions, the 2019 Business Partners Limited / SME Toolkit SA Business Plan Competition is aimed at you. Enter to attend a workshop in an area near you – all entrants will be invited.
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