Navigating saving methods for your business and personal finances By Christo Botes Executive Director, Business Partners Limited South Africans have always been scrutinised for their ability to save, and with… Local entrepreneurs’ ability to save is a catch-22
By Jannie Rossouw Head: Sanlam Business Market Come to think of it, it all seems simple enough – clients will consider our product or service if we help them solve… Reap the rewards when client expectations are exceeded
A great many excellent business ideas never get past the spreadsheet stage and into the real world simply because entrepreneurs fail to connect to the people with enough money and… Ten ways to hook investors onto your big idea
The 2016 Entrepreneur of the Year® winners discuss the advice they would share with their younger selves In the absence of concrete guidance and mentorship, the path to becoming a… What entrepreneurs wish they’d known when they were starting out
By Christo Botes Spokesperson for the 2017 Entrepreneur of the Year® competition sponsored by Sanlam and BUSINESS/PARTNERS As South Africa is coming from a month of four-day weeks due to… Solopreneurs: are you productive enough?
Financial management naturally tends to slip down the list of priorities for business owners when the economy is booming, finance is cheap and clients are plentiful. But when the tide… Ten financial tips for business owners in hard times
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
By Jannie Rossouw Head: Sanlam Business Market In a commoditised world it is becoming more challenging to differentiate your product or service from your competition, as technological advances make it… Why you should evaluate the packaging of your value proposition