Entrepreneurship

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To excel on the entrepreneurship path, entrepreneurs can harness the power of Human Resources (HR) and align their strategies with their core values. Connie Matlejoane, entrepreneur and Founder of CRM Enterprise, offers her advice, explaining why this alignment is pivotal and sharing her tips in order to empower fellow entrepreneurs in this crucial aspect of business management.


In today's rapidly evolving business and professional landscape, youth entrepreneurship and professional aspirations are on the rise. Their ambition, diverse opportunities caused by economic and social challenges, are igniting young people's innovative thinking. 


Starting your own business and becoming an entrepreneur is not without risks, but the rewards can be significant. Entrepreneurship is the process of creating, developing, and running a business venture in order to make a profit.


Entrepreneurship is the process of creating, developing, and running a business venture in order to make a profit. Here is Academy Training Group's view of what the basis of entrepreneurship is


The Heavy Chef Foundation, a nonprofit subsidiary of entrepreneur learning platform Heavy Chef, has released the 6th edition Heavy Chef Entrepreneur Education Report with this release focusing on Future Entrepreneurs. The Heavy Chef report found that South African entrepreneurs are fast adopting technology in their learning habits, amongst other things.


You’ve been laid off, and after a period of discernment, you have decided to switch from employee to entrepreneur, but how can you make the switch successfully?


The future of how working individuals do business and where they work from is changing. More and more people start their own businesses and companies are more lenient to let their staff work from home or remotely.


Launching your own business is a brave and exciting venture – and it has the best chance of success if you start out with a thorough approach to money planning and saving. Here are some tips to help you save when you start a business.


More people are considering the idea of starting their own business. But what does it take to be a successful entrepreneur?


Dunlop South Africa, one of the country's best known tyre brands, has embarked on a great new initiative. Driven by the desire to empower young entrepreneurs and create employment opportunities in local communities, Dunlop Tyres, owned by Sumitomo Rubber South Africa (SRSA), is on the hunt for 48 township entrepreneurs, who could qualify for start-up support to run their own high-quality tyre centres in their local area.


Between 12- and 24-million ecommerce sites exist across the globe, according to Shopify's 2022 Future of Commerce Trend Report. Unpacking how local entrepreneurs can grow and scale their own ecommerce businesses amid increasing competition, the PayFast eCommerce Virtual Summit will take place from 26 to 29 May 2022.


Five years ago, Cynthia Mokgobu started a tiny farming operation in her backyard in the Limpopo village of Bochum. Today, she’s supplying vegetables to markets as far afield as Gauteng, and is well on her way to realising her dream of becoming a fully-fledged potato farmer and ensuring food security for her entire village.


From till-packer to owner of a supermarket in one of South Africa’s biggest retail networks, Shadreck Siziba’s business journey has taken him to the top of the class in the Small Business Academy (SBA) development programme for township entrepreneurs run by the University of Stellenbosch School (USB).


Starting a business and keeping it going can be a bit tricky, especially when you're doing it by yourself. Dr Antje Hargarter, head of Stadio School of Commerce, shares 3 business tips to help aspiring entrepreneurs. 


Nokuthula Dladla is now the founder of Megaphase Road Marking and Traffic Signs
and is a nominee for the eThekwini Metro Municipality backed Women in Business
Awards 2013 talks about her humble beginnings.


Research shows that young people are three times more likely to be unemployed. The
African Economic Outlook 2012 report concurs that youth unemployment figures will
increase unless Africa moves swiftly to make youth employment a priority.


Promising entrepreneurs can learn much from Apple founder Steve Jobs. Allon Raiz reflects on the life experiences of one of the most infamous entrepreneurs and talks about what it takes to be successful.

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