Building Your Business
If you are a veteran in the SME sector, are running a very successful business or just feel you have something to offer a budding entrepreneur, you may consider becoming a mentor. Let's look at the characteristics of a good business mentor. Use your experience and expertise to help other small business owners
Successful organisations learn from their experiences, be it good or bad. Getting it right the first time is not always the outcome, although it is the ultimate intended outcome. This article touches on how to run your small business efficiently.
When starting and running a business, planning for the future (and multiple eventualities) is necessary to ensure the initial and continued success of your business. Continuous business planning therefore is advisable and widely-considered to be non-negotiable. This article focuses on navigating resource allocation in particular.
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.
It's no secret that women think and behave differently to the not-so-fair sex and it's no different when it comes to business.
We live in a society where so much emphasis is placed on developing our minds and our intellect.
What makes a family business different to any other?
Having the ability to make sound and sometimes quick decisions is crucial for running your own business successfully.
Regardless of where you are in your career, a mentor can help guide you through your entrepreneurial journey. From providing information and knowledge to finding ways to stimulate your personal and professional growth, and everything in between. It is therefore important to find someone you can trust and feel comfortable enough with to ask questions and learn from.