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Women – changing stereotypes creates opportunity

Statistics from globally recognised organisations and research institutions – PwC, Harvard & McKinsey – have found that the market for women is continuing to grow at an exponential rate while innovating to this segment still isn’t meeting its unique requirements.

Go global – from day one

You might think it’s hard to become a global business, but companies from all over the world are managing to make it internationally, and here are a few ways it can be done.

Key benefits of a restaurant franchise model

A franchise with a proven track record will probably have a lower risk and should therefore be an attractive investment. When investors are considering a franchise in the restaurant industry they should, however, evaluate the following pointers that could influence their decision:

Is your brand nutrient rich?

We’ve all heard it before: Never skip breakfast! From the nutrition experts to our colleagues over morning coffee, we hear that we need to Get it All this morning so that we can Have It All today.

The 80:20 rule | A powerful concept for SME’s

South Africa has a very eager and vibrant entrepreneurial spirit and community. This is fortunate because if we are ever to make an impact on the massive requirement for job growth in this country, it is from small and medium enterprises (SME’s) that it must come.

REPORT | Africa’s entertainment and media industry enters dynamic new wave...

Africa’s entertainment and media industry has entered a dynamic new phase - a third wave of convergence. The borders that once separated the entertainment and media (E&M), technology and telecommunications industries are blurring in the battle for the attention of the consumer in a world that is rapidly digitising.

Using technology to innovate retail businesses

While online isn’t threatening the brick-and-mortar retailers too much as yet, traditional retailers must use digital to innovate their business and remain relevant.

Revitalising the in-store experience

It's no secret that online shopping is taking off in South Africa. In fact, studies show that the local eCommerce market is expected to reach almost twenty-five million online shoppers by 2021 – a considerable number given our Internet penetration is at around fifty percent, give or take ten percent depending on which study you read.

In-store experiences to drive traffic and sales

Competition in the retail industry is fiercer than ever. To stay competitive, you need to give customers compelling reasons to come in to your store and shop.

Digital marketplaces – catalysts for SME growth?

Today, 21 AUGUST is World Entrepreneurs’ Day, a day when people who start their own businesses are celebrated globally. One of the biggest make-or-break factors for small to medium sized businesses is creating and maintaining a strong online presence.
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