South African franchisors hoping to expand to neighbouring countries, or even to East or West Africa, can expect challenging conditions and lacking infrastructure, but with great potential rewards. Some of these challenges were recently discussed at the FNB Franchise Leadership Summit.
Annually small businesses contribute up to 30% to South Africa’s GDP. Due to the high unemployment rate, more people are looking to entrepreneurship to create employment opportunities. However, running your own business is no walk in the park and not understanding how to insure a small business can cripple your small enterprise. Consider these tips when taking out business insurance.
In this talk, Cameron Herold proposes the idea that children who are generally bored at school and don’t flourish in the system could very well make up the next generation of entrepreneurs – and suggests how the parents of these gifted individuals can embrace and enhance their innate entrepreneurial impulses. Think you know the definition of a ‘bright kid’? Think again.