Dudu Msomi, Founder, Busara Leadership Partners
Dudu Msomi shares two interesting and informative scenarios with us, which demonstrate a couple of her processes - and provide valuable food for thought for any business leader.
Ryan Kitching and Sanjeev Orie sit down to discuss The Rebellion - a global marketing company using FNB Instant Accounting.
It's the festive season - but also for burglars!
Don't let your business premises become a target over the December holiday period. Statistics show that business burglaries during this time of the year increase exponentially, especially in empty offices and buildings.
Grow your Business with the FNB Business Directory
It's one thing to run a business, it's another thing to market it and grow it.
Invest Your Cash Reserves Wisely
Managing your SME business' cash flow is not just about maintaining revenue levels and ensuring that money owed is collected timeously, it is also about managing your cash reserves and balancing the risk of any investments you might make.
eWallet Pro Helping the Recycling Industry
Sadly, there aren't enough businesses with women at the helm, but those who are making their mark have done so not only through their business acumen and attitude, but also with a little help from using appropriate cash management solutions.
Surviving Tough Times Requires a Survival Strategy
Every entrepreneur has heard the adage "cash flow is king", but how that translates into day-to-day tactics for your business, requires razor sharp focus on specific financial areas of your business, especially in tough economic times when external factors out of your control will impact your business.
Reduce business costs through cashless payment solutions
There probably isn't a business that isn't considering how to reduce costs as it navigates its way through the first few months of a technical recession and South Africa's credit ratings downgrades. One area to explore is how you handle cash payments.
The South African economy grew by 1.3% in 2017, better than our National Treasury's expectation of 1.0%. Most of the GDP expansion came from the agriculture sector, but there's still a lot of work to do in some of the country's key sectors such as manufacturing and construction. Indications are that 2018 growth is likely to continue building on the current momentum...