We’ve almost hit rock bottom, and we don’t have to sit around waiting for things to start falling apart. We can create a better future, together. The only direction for the 2016 South African economy, is up. For the time being, we’ll just dig a little deeper into our pockets and work together to meet the needs of our country. Government has committed to see growth in the economy. How committed are you then?
In today’s economic environment, what does it take to build a business that doesn’t only remain afloat – but that grows every day? What does it take to put together a system that doesn’t only pay Bill when he comes around? And with that, why not have business success that makes an impact on the lives of thousands of people?
Do you know these 5 keys to starting a business in a recession? Share the infographic with your friends!
You might still be wondering – Can You Start a Business in an Economic Crisis?? The short answer is – Yes, the long answer is – aye aye captain! Now you can almost hear the waves and taste the salty sea breeze, ready to set sail? Wait, but first, what is a business?
In a slow-moving economy or a recession, people generally try to limit their spending and not engage in any uncalled-for risks that might put their future financial goals in jeopardy. There are several types of risks that everyone should avoid during a recession. But, do you know that starting a business isn't one of them in the same sense as other risks?
How the SA Government influences the Economy? We take a look at factors like tax and government spending. Can you conclude the key takeaway?
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The National Credit Regulator, known in South Africa
What is the National Credit Act? And what does it benefit you? The National Credit Act (NCA) was signed in 2005. It is
Mobile financial comparisons – what are they? And why is it so important for South Africa to have mobile friendly financial comparisons?
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