This cause is paramount in addressing the socio economic imbalances in SA. A sustainable democracy can only exist with a vibrant economy. It's long overdue that new and effective strategies be implemented that focus on economic and social development. SEBRAE's strength lies in their Private and Public partnerships. Let's do it!
Budget fails SME
What a travesty - Economic services from the budget – no meaningful support for SME development
Quote "Expenditure on economic services in 2013/14 will amount to R48 billion, including R5.3 billion for the manufacturing competiveness enhancement programme and R2.9 billion for…Read More
There's nobody who claims not to love entrepreneurs. The problem is that governments do not act accordingly, and big business lies about it.
Government either chooses winners, by selecting who does and doesn't get taxpayer-backed funding. Alternatively, it subsidises losers by paying incentives to…Read More
This is the kind of leadership profile that South African Small and Medium Enterprises Federation is pursuing as Amanda Brinkmann says: The new style of leadership is slowly transitioning to systemic thinking and design, altruism rather than the chasing of profit and shareholder value. Without this…Read More
The next week begins with 100/1000 supporting the cause and so far 70 has signed the pledge:"SME's
are the expression of free initiative, social inclusion and citizenship. Along these lines SEBRAE directly and
indirectly influences the life of entrepreneurs, associates, employees,
SME's will be a key lever or driver for the
National development Plan to become rooted in South Africa and bear fruit of
economic health and jobs. WHY? Because SME's are the expression of free
initiative, social inclusion and citizenship. Along these lines SEBRAE directly
and indirectly influences…Read More