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28 JULY 2021

Science reveals the best age to start a thriving business

A 60-year-old startup founder is three times more likely to launch a successful startup than a 30-year-old, and nearly twice as likely to launch one in the top 0.1 percent of all companies.
06 JULY 2021

Fintech makes additional investment into FundingHub

Finch Technologies, a Cape-based fintech focused on creating better fintech ecosystems, has made a further significant investment to become the majority shareholder in South Africa’s leading business finance marketplace, FundingHub.
06 JULY 2021

The crucial art of business reinvention

The Covid pandemic has compelled entrepreneurs to adopt innovative ways to keep their businesses alive. For many, this has meant an entire reinvention not only of how they run their business, but also what business they should be running.
04 MAY 2021

Entrepreneurship: It’s a hard-knock life

Find a problem, and then create a solution to that problem.
02 APRIL 2021

Section 12J: SA has thrown the baby out with the bathwater

How do we build a strong company culture that unifies our employees with a common purpose; and how can company cultures be nurtured and maintained in the face of so much disruption, personal loss and turmoil?
02 APRIL 2021

Everything you know about 'finding your passion' is wrong

Passion can spark effort. But effort can also spark passion - especially in entrepreneurs.
20 FEBRUARY 2021

Ecommerce Day set to grow ecommerce sector in South Africa

Leading industry players in the online retail space are getting behind a new initiative to support the growth of South Africa’s ecommerce industry.
01 FEBRUARY 2021

A furniture startup pivots to work-from-home setups

When office closures forced employees to work from home, Branch was ready with new and improved products.
01 FEBRUARY 2021

Is there a scientific formula for start-up success?

Founders make fewer mistakes and pivot in the right direction when they learn to challenge their own assumptions and experiment continuously.
01 DECEMBER 2020

Failure won’t kill you

Nic Haralambous does not shy away from failures. In fact, he believes that the ability to fail and learn from those experiences is the single most important factor in achieving success.