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5 ways SMEs should be managing risks in 2018

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Running a small to mid-sized business in South Africa today is fraught with challenges. For many businesses, a major setback can not only put the business at risk, but can destroy your entire livelihood. While it’s impossible to prevent incidents, well-prepared businesses can manage their risks through a comprehensive business insurance portfolio that mitigates the damages and after-effects.

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Tech opens new doors for tourism SMEs

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CAPE TOWN – Technology is rapidly changing the landscape of the travel and tourism industry and, in turn, is creating new opportunities for South African small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to take advantage of.

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Eskom competition boosts small enterprise development

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The finest black-owned South African small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that competed in the 2018 Eskom Business Investment Competition (BIC), were awarded great prizes at an awards function held on Tuesday, September 4 at the Indaba Hotel in Fourways, Johannesburg. With R1.3 million worth of prizes at stake, the businesses slugged it out for top honours in three categories; manufacturing, trade and services as well as engineering and construction (full list of winners below).

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Helping hand for budding entrepreneurs

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ABSA is changing perceptions of the way we think about financial institutions, particularly when it comes to entrepreneur development. Its Shared Growth Strategy is designed to assist emerging small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in South Africa to grow and prosper through various Enterprise Development (ED) initiatives, while adding to shareholder value. These initiatives contribute to the wider national agenda to promote a thriving SME sector that enables economic and social development in the country.

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Can small businesses survive in SA?

South Africa has been well known for its entrepreneurial spirit. The incredible successes of businesses like Discovery, Black Like Me, Nandos and most recently, Get Smarter, have encouraged many South Africans to see starting their own businesses as a desirable and achievable goal. But it’s not enough.

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Pollen is buzzing

A new Stellenbosch-based specialist on-line lending firm Pollen – targeting small to medium enterprises (SMEs) – appears to be tapping a very lucrative niche. Pollen is the brain-child of Louis du Plessis, who has the backing of his older brother JP du Plessis and banking legend GT Ferreira via the Anglo African Group. Anglo African is a well known financier in the wine sector, and once even made a bid to takeover Paarl-based liquor company KWV way back in 2002.

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