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Unless you want to be a small-business owner with a lifestyle business, you're probably looking for an idea that scales – something that allows you to 10x your customers and profits in record time – but how do you accomplish this? Here's some counterintuitive advice.
Podcasts aren't just for start-up founders. They're also a great way for busy company CEOs to brush up on their business knowledge and learn from some of the best businesses in the world.
One wrong move and Netflix could have been nothing more than a footnote in the history of entertainment. But by staying ahead of the curve and embracing disruption, the company is threatening some very entrenched competitors.
Edward Moshole started a business in 1999 with just R68 in his pocket. Today he has a company that not only has a turnover upwards of R25 million, but is also on the cusp of expanding to the next level. Here's how he's turning clients into partners.
Local start-up iKhokha now has a secure foothold in a tough industry, but getting there wasn't easy. Launching a fintech company in a country like South Africa brings with it a unique set of challenges. Here are the founders' lessons and tips for building a business in Africa.
Saab Grintek Defence has seen incredibly impressive growth over the last few years, all while operating in a tough market that is global in scale and heavily regulated. CEO Trevor Raman explains how the company navigates this complex environment.
Retrenching staff is one of the hardest professional things a business owner will probably ever have to do. Labour specialist Jennifer Da Mata explains why companies decide to retrench, and how the process can be completed in a fair and professional manner.
Franchising can provide quick access to capital, which is great if you're looking to grow your business. But the franchising system isn't without its challenges. Cash Converters MD Richard Mukheibir offers some advice for those looking to expand through franchising.
Zinia is a local Internet and voice provider that focuses on the B2B market. The company has shown incredible growth over the last few years by making use of something called proposition simplifying. Here's how Zinia did it.