Monthly Archives: September 2020

Six Important Business Lessons From The Coronavirus Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic arrived like a thunderbolt and the unique situations it created found many companies unprepared and disorganised. Around the world, organisations began closing as it was found their emergency planning was not up to scratch and basic functions … Continue reading

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Tips and Ideas to Retain Your Best Staff and Skills During COVID-19

In the highly competitive local economy, disrupted by the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic, firms more than ever cannot afford to lose their best staff and skills.  This piece provides critical insight from leading business thinkers including practical advice that you … Continue reading

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Tax Incentives to Invest in Small Business: The Clock is Ticking

National Treasury is reviewing all of its business tax incentives to determine to what extent they are contributing to policy objectives. One such incentive under review is the “Section 12J” incentive, which allows an investor a deduction of the full amount invested in a … Continue reading

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How Chaos Sparks Business Innovation

The greatest innovation is created in times of chaos, when opportunity abounds. Many successful business stories began during times of recession, depression, chaos and crisis, such as Uber, Airbnb, WhatsApp, Slack, Pinterest, Square, Disney, Sony and iPod.   In the midst of the unprecedented chaos created by COVID-19 … Continue reading

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