If SMMEs are the key to economic growth, why are they battling to secure funding?
Having adequate short-term business insurance in place can be a game-changer for SMMEs to weather any unexpected financial storms… but how do you keep these costs in check?
Small businesses are the foundation of South Africa’s economy, but if they don’t have their tax affairs on point they could be heading for disaster.
There’s more to good business than just making a buck, writes Jane Stevenson. A whole lot more!
Andrew MacKenzie, the Managing Director of Boomtown creative agency, says that the digital world is putting pressure on businesses to use their marketing spend more strategically than ever before.
“Successful entrepreneurs and leaders create the outcomes they desire, by surrounding themselves with like-minded people and those working towards the same goal. It’s their ‘tribe’ but how do you create […]
Alternative payment provider i-Pay saves Black Friday for local retailers
Even though it is tempting to relegate Black Friday as just another marketing gimmick, the reality is that it signifies the start of a month-long consumer spending frenzy that significantly […]
South Africa has just suffered its worst economic performance since the financial crisis, and the knock-on effects for the SME sector could be devastating.
Having great staff is key to the success of any organisation, but no longer does the best talent gravitate towards the biggest paycheque, writes Steven Nathan, 10X Investments founder and CEO. […]
Entrepreneurs are not merely money hungry and wanting to be the boss, a study found conducted by David Krige, MBA graduate of the University of Stellenbosch Business School (USB) and […]
One of the most progressive things that happened in the domestic work industry since the dawn of democracy is that domestic worker wages are now regulated. This is good, writes Aisha […]
An advanced tax app named hApp-e-tax has launched, offering everything accountants, auditors, tax practitioners, lawyers, those in business and students need to know about South African income tax legislation. hApp-e-tax […]
South African employers have until 30 April to submit their Workplace Skills Plan (WSP) and Annual Training Report (ATR) to their respective Skills Education Training Authority (SETA). HR and HCM […]