Saryx Engineering Group (SEG) wins FNB Business Innovation Awards 2018
The FNB Business Innovation Awards, supported by EndeavorSA, is a programme that aims to recognise true innovation excellence, whilst emphasising the importance of business scaleability - a significant driver of employment.
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Sharn Jeffries and Sanjeev Orie discuss Taronga Motors - a three-in-one service station. Sharn shares Taronga's journey and tells us why they trust FNB's solutions to take care of accounting and payroll.
Keeping Your Business Safe Over The Festive Season
Don't let your business premises become a target over the December holiday period. Over the years, statistics show that business burglaries during the Festive Season increase exponentially, especially in empty offices and buildings.
Factors To Consider When Applying For Business Credit
Getting your business to the point where you're braced for growth can often require funding and while getting any form of credit is not something one should rush into, it may be needed if you're looking to expand your business and have a solid plan for how you believe additional financing can help you achieve this.
Explore New Financing Options To Help You Grow
Running into cash flow problems because debtors aren't paying their bills can be the single most cited reason for many businesses closing their doors. It's not about reflecting the growing revenue, but rather an ability to collect the revenue timeously that is the challenge, but there are formal financial solutions to the problem, so it's worth educating yourself about some of the options available.
Insurance trends that will impact business
Technology certainly has disrupted the taxi and car hire sectors, and the insurance industry is by no means immune.
Legal Assistance for Small, Medium and Micro Enterprises (SMMEs)
South Africa's SMME sector has for several years felt burdened by red tape and regulatory requirements.
After a slow start to the 2018/19 summer crop season with severe dryness during December 2018 in the growing areas particularly in parts of the North West and the Free State, conditions rebounded early in January 2019 as good rains provided the much-needed moisture for planting. Farmers proceeded to plant and although some have reportedly planted beyond the planting window in the west which put them at risk of frost damage.
While the Q3 GDP numbers have edged the economy out of a technical recession, expectations about any significant turnaround needs to be checked as we head towards 2019 elections and navigate through low business confidence, electricity supply constraints, rating agency scrutiny and growing pressure on household expenditure...
South Africa's debt projections aren't looking favourable and the growth outlook uninspiring, leading to concerns about potential ratings downgrades over the medium term. For consumers the Mini Budget provides some relief, with a few more items being VAT zero-rated