In order for skills to be developed, it’s important to identify your skill gaps – because your skills determine your ability to execute your plans with success. Become a master of your craft. Joining Teboho Mafodi and Bulelani Balabala is Billy Fore from Ekurhuleni Artisans & Skills Training, Lorraine Marira – Founding Member and CEO of Laureate Le Beauty Training Academy, ‘Thought Leaders ‘Series, which is presented by Rev Ngwenya and Boi Rasmussen Entrepreneur, CEO, Author, Startup Coach and Youth Entrepreneurship Activist, who is based in The Netherlands.

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A vigilant approach to ensure a clean bill of health for your business – continued from last week’s show. Entrepreneurs need to be advised on how to work within a budget, to avoid being stuck in the same financial problems every year. Entrepreneurs aren’t guaranteed the same income every month. So, saving is one of the tools that can be used to their advantage for better financial results. Joining Teboho Mafodi is Mr Wikus Oliver – Debt Management Expert from DEBTSAFE, Nosipho Zikishe – Legal Advisor at the National Credit Regulator, and Mr Nicky Lala-Mohan from Credit Ombudsman.

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Tips and info on saving and budgeting – entrepreneurs need to be advised on how to work within a budget. Because every year they get stuck in debt and there’s no progress, all because of poor planning. Saving is very important because entrepreneurs aren’t guaranteed the same income every month. There are good and bad months, so if there is money put aside, the entrepreneur avoids being unable to pay expenses. Joining Teboho Mafodi and Bulelani Balabala is Mr Wikus Oliver – Debt Management Expert from DEBTSAFE, Nosipho Zikishe, Legal Advisor at the National Credit Regulator & Mr Mzandile Petrous – Executive Chairman of IFIRM – The iFirm = Information x Business Intelligence x Investigation x Advisory.

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The hosts Teboho Mafodi and Bulelani Balabala welcome everyone into the New Year and are joined by Asanda Booth, Bongumusa Gidagida and Palase Mabuye to have a discussion on what listeners can expect on 360 Biz in 2017, so that you can start your year energised and ready to take on the world. It’s been unpacked that 2017’s great advice is not only dreaming big – but how to achieve those dreams.

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Planning is a basic management function involving formulation of one or more detailed plans to achieve optimum balance of needs or demands with the available resources. The planning process identifies the goals or objectives to be achieved. Joining Tebogo in studio is Maguqa and Phumlani (Phlyguy) Khumalo as they involve us in their plans for 2017.

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How black people spend their money has been a hotly debated topic not only on this show, but in our offices, at social events and in beauty and barber shops across the Globe. The 360 Biz team discuss the issue. In this day and age Africans are carrying various forms of influence, most importantly economical influence, so the team discuss how can you use this to grow this economy. In studio is Wantwa ‘Stoan’ Molaudi, Mpho Boadia and Lwazi Nkosi.

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South Africa’s creative industries have long been identified as a driver for employment and development, yet few people have been able to successfully combine commercial success, education and development. Joining Teboho Mafodi, Bulelani Balabala and Liya Ndlondlo is singer Tsholofelo Moatshe, and Thapelo Ramodikwe – Public Speaker & Profile of Rato Pela online clothing.

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This show is all about aspiring entrepreneurs who have limited resources, those who want to make easy money urgently, and those who have been looking for an opportunity to get into the business world. The guests run through the tools that are designed to assist entrepreneurs in their entrepreneurial journey. Joining Bulelani Balabala and Liya Ndlondlo is Pastor Ezekiel Matope, founder and author of Eezi Money Workbook, and Mr Mcoseleli Mlobeli, founder of Media Production and Fresh Talent Agency.

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Entrepreneurship is the recognition of an opportunity to create value, and the process of acting on this opportunity, whether or not it involves the formation of a new entity. While concepts such as “innovation” and “risk-taking” in particular are usually associated with entrepreneurship, they are not necessary to define the term. The team aims to inspire and empower young people to materialise their business ideas. Joining Bulelani Balabala and Liya Ndlondlo is Alesimo Mwanga, Research and Development, SEA Africa.

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The fashion industry is indeed a thriving industry all over the globe and clothing happens to be the most prominent in the industry. Every clothing line and shoe designer must ensure that they are always on their toes and in touch with the trend if indeed they want to continue to be in business. Joining Bulelani Balabala and Liya Ndlondlo is Rosemary Sibisi – founder of StylewithRoseS and Lusanda Ncapayi – THE WORD by Lucrative. The show also includes the profiling of Lonwabo Maseko, author of The Best I Was Created To Be.

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