A network is a community, and a networth is a personal thing. Unless if you’re involved in a stokfel with the people in your network, then maybe…
In South Africa, people get into entrepreneurship in 3 ways and each entry point distinguish them:The unemployed, The Self-employed and the Problem Solvers
There’s more to business than a business plan , and there’s more to a business plan than using it to charm funders.
Putting away my view regarding tenderpreneurship, which is something I will never encourage someone to venture into, I must say I’m glad that some entrepreneurs are finally smelling the coffee, and realizing that tenders don’t build sustainable businesses.
This question is very vital for startups because failure to identify where your value lie, you’re bound to make costly mistakes.
To stay in business, you need to earn an economic right.You are not only in competition with your immediate rivals, and as much as that sounds overwhelming it is also an advantage for you-you have more than one leverages.
It is great to have multiple streams of income through having side hustles. However, side hustles tend to dilute ones brand and put you on a shaky ground – lack of focus!
It is very important to know your spot in the market, you just can’t be everything to everybody.
Not every business idea need R1million funding, some needs only R100 for transport to go pitch and get R1mil contract.
As a business owner, it is important to know the base/foundation of your business. As much as you operate in an ever changing market environment, the foundation remains constant.
These top 5 questions will help you in developing that foundation.