Calling all aspirant SMMEs

Masia said 100 of the most promising entrepreneurs from across the province will be selected for a course to help them draw up business plans that will improve their chances of qualifying for funding from the programme’s partners, who include Khula Enterprise Finance and Nedbank.

“Once the finalists’ business plans have been completed, the Business LaunchPad funding partners will give them priority consideration. Those who are accepted will receive additional prizes such as laptops, software and mentorship,” Masia said.

He said the competition will also reward the most promising female, youth and disabled entrepreneurs, as well as the most innovative job-creation proposals.

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