Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

3 Netelboom St

Netelboom St

Akasia

0118

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.676137

28.095114

351 Kalafong Hospital Rd

Kalafong Hospital Rd

Pretoria

0008

Gauteng

South Africa

Bureau Lne

615 Centenary Bldg

Bureau Lne

Pretoria

0001

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.74705

28.18934

77 Meintjies Street

DTI Campus Block G

Meintjies Street

Pretoria

0002

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.7498

28.20166

20 Pretoria St

Southern Lise Bldg

Pretoria St

Pretoria

0001

Gauteng

South Africa

small business development ser...

Rachel de Beer St

North Prk

Rachel de Beer St

Pretoria

0182

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.67815

28.18099

320 Pretorius St

6 Odendaal Bldg

Pretorius St

Pretoria

0002

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.74795

28.19405

104 Codonia Av

Codonia Av

Pretoria

0186

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.7111899

28.242847

2 Cussonia Ave

Cussonia Ave

Pretoria

0001

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.742033

28.288197

12 Draper St

Draper Sq

Draper St

Claremont

7735

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.978289

18.466069

Small Business Development Services

Starting a business is no easy task. There are a lot of factors to be well aware of including coming up with a good sustainable concept, acquiring the funding to finance it, ample office space, employees, remuneration, and a whole lot more. While this nation has a huge number of budding small business enterprises, it also has development services aimed to uplift and assist new business. Business start-ups are vital in the economy as they assist in reducing the rate of unemployment and alleviating poverty.

There are a number of government and private companies with the sole mandate of helping businesses to launch and mature to be sustainable whilst profitable. Good examples of these are the Small Enterprise Development Agency (Seda), banks like ABSA, FNB and the Land bank amongst others. These established institutions aim in particular to support entrepreneurs in the development of their business plans,  to give financial assistance, business advice and the know-how of market research including the basics of fair practice. Their assistance reaches to all entrepreneurs which will include women, the disabled, minorities, the youth, soldiers, veterans and even return entrepreneurs.

The National Small Business Act categorises small businesses as the following: very small enterprise with less than 10 paid employees, micro enterprises with between 1 to 5 people, survivalist enterprises which are informal and are usually undertaken by unemployed individuals, small enterprises that have less than 100 people and lastly the medium enterprise which has up to 200 employees. Receive more information on this by viewing our Yellow Pages website and choose the assistance best suited for you. 

Small Business Development Services

Starting a business is no easy task. There are a lot of factors to be well aware of including coming up with a good sustainable concept, acquiring the funding to finance it, ample office space, employees, remuneration, and a whole lot more. While this nation has a huge number of budding small business enterprises, it also has development services aimed to uplift and assist new business. Business start-ups are vital in the economy as they assist in reducing the rate of unemployment and alleviating poverty.

There are a number of government and private companies with the sole mandate of helping businesses to launch and mature to be sustainable whilst profitable. Good examples of these are the Small Enterprise Development Agency (Seda), banks like ABSA, FNB and the Land bank amongst others. These established institutions aim in particular to support entrepreneurs in the development of their business plans,  to give financial assistance, business advice and the know-how of market research including the basics of fair practice. Their assistance reaches to all entrepreneurs which will include women, the disabled, minorities, the youth, soldiers, veterans and even return entrepreneurs.

The National Small Business Act categorises small businesses as the following: very small enterprise with less than 10 paid employees, micro enterprises with between 1 to 5 people, survivalist enterprises which are informal and are usually undertaken by unemployed individuals, small enterprises that have less than 100 people and lastly the medium enterprise which has up to 200 employees. Receive more information on this by viewing our Yellow Pages website and choose the assistance best suited for you. 

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