With the talks of high unemployment and skills shortages rocking south Africa we look to what skills can make or break an entrepreneurship by investigating what makes entrepreneurs special, how to acquire professional office space for rent and eventually live the dream. On a recent talk on 702 with Bruce Whitfield. Amy Wilkinson, the author…Details
You may have heard “If you build it they will come” but as far as business advice is concerned this is some of the worst advice you can listen to. When running your business it takes confidence and ambition to reach the top. When looking at the predominant makeover Durban experienced with the new stadium…Details
“Customer relationship management strategy” CX is the new trend and with competition for services at an all-time high creating a customer relationship management strategy is imperative for your business. We look at customer satisfaction and client retention. In a recent article by Forbes they highlighted that 2016 is the “year of the customer” and their…Details
The only thing you should be doing in a coffee shop is filling yourself with caffeine and a bite to eat. Coffee shop meetings are dead. It is now out-dated and in the unwritten rules of professional business you should conduct your meetings in actual business meeting places. The importance of business meeting locations is upholding…Details
What is an entrepreneurship? When asking what is an entrepreneurship, you need to start at the beginning and have an understanding of the main roles of an entrepreneur. We look at how to run a small business and entrepreneurship ideas when starting your own business. The definition of entrepreneurship, according to the business news daily,…Details
There are quite a number of challenges faced by entrepreneurs in this digital age. Markets, industries and consumer needs and preferences are evolving at a meteoric rate and businesses are left to keep up or be pre-emptive otherwise they run the risk of being out of business.Details
Economic efficiency propels businesses, large and small, to optimally allocate resources to better serve their team members while reducing waste and inefficiencies.
According to a recent case study of the world’s top carbon dioxide emission, South Africa is ranked 12th. The major contributors being corporate organisations.
In Olievenhoutbosch on Saturday 19th September we had a heart-warming day with a Charity event where we gave 350 children and woman a warm meal (pies) with a snack and something sweet to eat and drink.Details
As Durban hosts the 1st African hosted World Development Forum, we look at the impact of Trans Saharan trade and the thriving innovation hub as a gateway into Africa.Details