2018 marks our 30th year in honouring entrepreneurs and the contributions they make toward growing the South African economy. We’re celebrating this milestone by catching up with some of the… Past winner catch-up – where are they now?
Many businesses make a point of giving, from sponsoring sports gear to donating goods to a nearby charity. By helping out in this way, the thinking goes, the business fosters… Six ways for businesses to become pillars of the community
Despite the high demand placed on tertiary education in South Africa, only a small percentage of the 700 000 recent high school graduates are expected to be placed in institutions of… Alternative ways to seek education – think entrepreneurship
The 2015/2016 Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) report for South Africa shows an upsettingly low entrepreneurial involvement level among 18-to-24-year-olds, when compared to the average figure for Africa in the same… How business owners can drive SA’s youth entrepreneurship levels
50 is the new 21 age for entrepreneurs There is a common misconception among many budding entrepreneurs that starting a business is a journey that is best initiated at a… It’s never too late to start your own business
For most entrepreneurs, the journey of entrepreneurship starts at the very bottom of the proverbial ladder. Yet, a keen eye for gaps in the market, coupled with willingness to learn… Hard work and a passion for excellent customer service leads entrepreneur to success
“If all business owners in South Africa commit to mentoring one young entrepreneur, we have the potential to double entrepreneurship in two to three years.” This suggestion was made by… SA businesses encouraged to create incubators to develop tomorrow’s entrepreneurs
The latest South Africa Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) 2014 revealed that entrepreneurial activity in South Africa is not sufficient, and is not in line with other sub-Saharan African (SSA) countries,… What measures need to be taken to improve entrepreneurship levels in South Africa?
Marthie Jansen van Rensburg, founder of Gauteng-based Ekurhuleni Artisans and Skills Training Centre, walked away with the Medium Business Entrepreneur of the Year Award ® at the annual Sanlam /… Artisan skills training centre collects Medium Business Entrepreneur of the Year® award
Fostering the culture of entrepreneurship in SA since 1988 The 2014 Sanlam / Business Partners Entrepreneur of the Year® competition was today launched on 4 February, and organisers are calling… 2014 Sanlam / Business Partners Entrepreneur of the Year® competition open for entries