The South African Breweries’ youth entrepreneurship programme, SAB KickStart has selected its top candidates in Kwazulu-Natal as part of the Class of 2013 national finalists. Read more to find out what is in store for them.
ENTREPRENEURSHIP NEWS: View of economic outlook contrasts with growing optimism amongst SA businesses
Global business confidence is returning, encouraging a fresh attitude to risk-taking according to research published today by Sage. Through its annual Business Index, Sage surveyed over 11,000 small and medium sized businesses in 17 countries across the world and found that businesses are now more confident than they have been for three years.
Aviation is an industry with razor thin margins, the rules are mad, the competition is cut throat and the government involvement is so bad it’s like your mother is still living in your bedroom. Read more on this article by James-Brent Styan to see what he thinks of the very bizarre global aviation industry.
The recently announced changes in the chinese trademark law is of grave importance to South African companies, according to Ilse du Plessis, Director in Intellectual Property at ENSafrica. She continues to explain the ‘first to file’ system that applies to China and a number of other countries, where the trademark hijackings have been taking place.