NIELSEN SHOPPER TRENDS REVEALS TRUE STATE OF SA CONSUMER MINDSET

The 2019 Nielsen South Africa Shopper Trends Report has found that ‘lowest prices’ are no longer the key driver of store choice in the country and that value for money, along […]

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DATA A TOP PRIORITY IN 2020 FOR SA TRAVEL BUYERS

Data will be a top priority for South African travel buyers in 2020, according to a new survey conducted by FCM Travel Solutions, a division of the Flight Centre Travel […]

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Do the (side) hustle

A key mindset for South African businesses to embrace going forward in a tough, tough economy is embracing the benefits of the side hustle for employers as well as their […]

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Scrum down as skills shortage serves up outsourcing opportunities

Michael Shapiro, CEO at Synthesis, cautions that there’s a big fight brewing for the best of breed in the banking and financial services talent pool.

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Flexible working instrumental to SME success

Co-working spaces and flexible work hours are becoming the norm in the world of SMEs as well as for larger corporates, and it’s helping companies stay competitive and retain their […]

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Graduate recruitment platform a boon for young talent

South African businesses have a bright new platform to help them recruit skilled graduates, interns and apprentices and, in the process, invest in developing South Africa’s bright young talent.

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Sales: the essential “painful” task for professionals

Sales is the essential “painful” task for every professional services and consulting provider, writes Deon Binneman

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9 ways to keep your business insurance costs in check in 2019

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?

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Keeping tabs on SMME tax

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.

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