Posts Tagged ‘entrepreneurship’
August
15
2011

An entrepreneur is a person, who have entrepreneurial abilities and utilizes these abilities to practices entrepreneurship. The term entrepreneurship can be defined as: “The ability to provide better and/or new solutions to general problems people have. These solutions are in the form of products and services which are sold at a profit in the market [...]

February
10
2011

Article by Ayanda Mdluli – Business Report Thursday, February 3 2011. Although the legacy of apartheid has hindered the chances of many South Africans to become entrepreneurs, Africans still have the potential to achieve by establishing businesses that can be drivers of economic growth on the continent, according to Sir Richard Branson, the renowned entrepreneur [...]

December
1
2010

By Ivan Epstein Softline CEO According to new research by the Global Entrepreneur Monitor South African women will play an even greater role in unlocking economic growth in the country. Softline CEO, Ivan Epstein says that South Africa has many excellent examples of woman entrepreneurs and it is gaining momentum. “I believe that in an [...]

November
15
2010

Article by Wiseman Khuzwayo SOUTH AFRICA needs to find more ways to support and nurture entrepreneurs if the country is to avoid becoming a backward welfare state, where handouts risk draining the country’s innovative talent and its ability to produce equitable growth and employment. This is according to Endeavor South Africa, which is part of [...]

August
19
2010

- Compiled and written by Entrepreneurial Business School – RICH OR POOR – WHY? “Rich” or “Poor”, however relative statements, are normally used to describe the financial status or buying power people have. In this article we are going to explore the fundamental reason or reasons why some people are “rich” and others “poor”. In [...]

May
11
2010

Ramaphosa pointed out that it was really difficult for anyone to start a new business. It involved a thicket of difficulties to overcome, including having to be properly registered, able to carry out obligations to the SA Revenue Service and administer proper bookkeeping procedures. Ramaphosa said one of his friends, whom he did not name, [...]