SME’s Have you Completed Your Financial Planning for 2019?

While small to medium enterprise (SME) owners may not have a great deal of control over South Africa’s broader economic issues, they do have control over how they plan and manage their finances, says EasyBiz Technologies Managing Director, Gary Epstein. “The failure of many SMEs to make it past the critical 3.5-year mark is more […]

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Top three opportunities to grow small South African businesses in 2019

    2019 is well underway, bringing with it a range of risks and opportunities for startups and growing businesses. Some of the challenges your business will face – a volatile rand, Eskom load shedding, tax and labour laws – are beyond your control. To thrive this year, focus on what you can control by […]

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2018-2019 Startupper of the Year by Total Challenge in South Africa

Energizing Your Ideas! The process of shortlisting the entries submitted to the 2018-2019 Startupper of the Year by Total Challenge in South Africa has been completed. The following 13 candidates were shortlisted to pitch their projects (alphabetical order): Kutlwano Ngwarati, Boolyx Edu-Tech Leah Molatseli, LenomaLaw Lethabo Legodi, SKEYE – First Responder Service Mamkhele Msongelwa, Evaporate […]

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SME’S Dont Leave Your Tax Submissions too Late

It is critical for small to medium enterprises (SMEs) to be properly prepared for the upcoming tax season. This means keeping abreast of amendments to tax regulations and affording the business enough time to adjust to any changes. EasyBiz Technologies Managing Director, Gary Epstein, says last year’s VAT increase had a significant psychological impact on […]

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How to be a Successful Entrepreneur and a Single Mom

17th March 2016 | No Comments

1. Own your single-mom status.Being a single mom is NOT a setback. Nestled somewhere in the pages of a storybook is the idea that entrepreneurs “hustle,” “crush it,” “grind” and whatever other word you can come up with to describe working really, really hard on your business 100 percent of the time. Out here in […]

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Lauren Thompson runs an Interior Design Business and Earth Expo

9th March 2016 | No Comments

1. Why did you start your own business?The corporate world just didn’t work for me, hours were long and the reward didn’t seem to match. I had a passion for something else and part of that was having my freedom to create and be my own boss.2. What are the hours that you work?I generally […]

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Neck Stretching Can Treat Headaches

8th March 2016 | No Comments

There are many different medications, surgeries and interventions to treat headaches, but a new study reveals an effective way to treat primary headaches might be at your fingertips – neck stretching. By performing simple neck stretching exercises that stubborn and painful headache might just disappear. The study, published in Workplace Health and Safety, examined the […]

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Tamryn Dicks owns two businesses

4th March 2016 | No Comments

1.Why did you start your own business? I like the freedom that it brings. A job that required me to appear at a specific location and sit at a desk for 8 hours – most days while achieving nothing – did not appeal. I don’t mind working hard, but when there is nothing to do […]

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How to Create a Manifestation Board

2nd March 2016 | No Comments

You become what you focus on! To manifest your dreams and goals, you must be purposeful about where you put your attention. Attention involves focusing. It’s essential to place what you want to create in the foreground of your mind. By placing your dreams, goals, and desires in full view within your environment, you are […]

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