Entrepreneurship is about aspiration, opportunity and start-up growth by people aiming to achieve high-growth businesses and create employment. Big corporates have started to recognise the value of entrepreneurial growth in the country and companies have now instilled accelerator programmes to help develop and sustain entrepreneurs in SA. Without the assistance of these corporates, most entrepreneurs would not have access to markets, funding etc. On this episode we talk about how companies are recognising the importance of supporting young entrepreneurs in South Africa with guests Ms Tinyiko Mageza - head of Retail Marketing for Standard Bank PBB SA; Moepi Setona, founder and Director of SAYA - SETONA; Nishant Singh, co-founder of Multifractal Semiconductors, and Elvis from Ekasi Entrepreneurs.
Teboho Mafodi looks at the creative industry with a focus on markets. He's joined by Karabo Songo, Group Founder and CEO of Olive Communications, as well as Yandisa Sokhanyile from Xanopia Women's Group to enlighten us on the creative solution their partnership with Commonwealth Businesswomen's Network has brought to Africa.
Teboho Mafodi puts the focus on financial management for this edition of 360 Biz. He brings many viewpoints to the table on “all things business”. Incorporating all stakeholders, from established business, to government, SMMEs, entrepreneurs, professionals and legislators. Together these sectors provide practical solutions for real challenges facing African businesses.
Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) is a form of Economic Empowerment that aims to redress the impact of systemic racism on economic opportunities. Recently the BBBEE codes were revised for a number of reasons. Joining Teboho Mafodi to delve deeper into these reasons and look into the implications of…
Ellis and Arnie are joined by Dylan James, director of Entrepreneur Expo to discuss the state of entrepreneurship. They also discuss the apparent paralysis in the government and in the private sector including recent chaotic scenes from parliament and the board room brawl at PPC (A major cement company).