Tag: how to start a small business

1-grid Podcast Episode 3: How to Start a Business with Little to No Money

It is estimated that the global pandemic left over 2.2 million South Africans without jobs. An unprecedented number of South African households have been under immense financial strain, and many people had to think and act fast to get additional streams of income. The biggest obstacle that many people face right and will continue to have, seeing the economic impact that COVID-19 has had on the country, is a lack of financial resources to start their businesses.

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How To Open A Company In South Africa

Starting a business from the ground up is an exhilarating feeling, but often, budding entrepreneurs don’t know where to start. There is no set sequence for where to begin your entrepreneurial endeavours, but if you do need some inspiration or guidance; we’ll give you some tips on how to start your company, all the way to registering your business and being legit.

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How To Start A Business Online

The internet has revolutionized a lot of things but, one thing it’s made more tangible and accessible is starting a business. People from all backgrounds are now, more than ever, empowered to make their entrepreneurial ambitions a reality. The global pandemic has had an immense impact on the South African economy and household incomes.

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Starting a Business? Here’s a New Business Checklist ☑

Venturing into entrepreneurship and seeing your vision come to fruition is an exhilarating experience. There is no linear path of starting a business – you start with what you have and where you are. If you’ve been sitting with a lucrative business idea that you’re passionate about and haven’t started – what are you waiting for?

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Best Businesses To Start For Women

The month of August is Women’s Month in South Africa; a time to celebrate and uplift the women of this country. Women are the backbone of society, and that should be celebrated every single day of the year. While giving women their flowers for being resilient and essential members of the community, we can’t separate the broader social issues that women have to navigate.

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