The panel, including Emma Wilson, chats to Samantha Selesnick – CEO Of Paper Packaging Place – on her experiences of digital marketing.

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Gareth comes to terms with the fact that he is too nice as a boss, and considers some major changes in the workplace. He also opens up on what is making him anxious right now, which involves a haircut, Ben Haenow and a stupid TV show. The news headlines, sport with Ben, then some positivity from Siya.

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It has been 13 years since the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Act came into effect in South Africa, but many business owners – and their employees – remain unclear on what exactly the legislation is for. To talk about The Real State of B-BBEE, Teboho Mafodi hosts Mr Keith Levenstein – founder of EconoServ and a moderator of the B-BBEE forum on Business Masters – as well as Ms Lianne Friedman, CEO of EconoServ.

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The panel, including Leandi Streeter of Raizcorp, chat to Sue Cloete Hopkins – Partner Elite Manager at Raizcorp – about entrepreneurial guidance and support.

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Richard Angus and Leandi Streeter of Raizcorp speak with Mark Peters and Sue Cloete Hopkins – Partner Elite Manager at Raizcorp – about mentorship as an entrepreneur… all the issues to consider.

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Prince Dube, founder of Energex, will be attending the largest technology conference in the world – Web Summit in Lisbon, Portugal from 5-9 November 2017. The Standard Bank Incubator, in partnership with Liberty, opens up opportunities for entrepreneurs such as Prince to connect the technology community with all industries on the planet. Hlubi Mboya Arnold speaks to Prince about this extraordinary experience, his business goals and objectives, and of course the economic intent of the future of his business.

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“Entrepreneurs who have persevered and worked very hard impact others who face challenges experienced by small business, such as limited capital, bureaucracy and difficulty in accessing markets.” Tsogo Sun Entrepreneur of the Year Winner 2017 and founder of Sumting Fresh, Hezron Louwn, engages Hlubi Mboya Arnold on his overall footprint in the gourmet food industry.

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In October this year, the BEE commission planned to issue about 50 preliminary and final findings against companies for contraventions of the B-BBEE act. What are these contraventions? One of them is fronting. A major form of non-compliance is fronting, or the introduction of spurious schemes that purport to introduce black shareholders (sometimes a domestic worker) without assigning any benefits to them. This enhances a company’s B-BBEE status and increases its chance of winning contracts. Fronting is prevalent and some companies have already been issued with findings and more are following, according to the BEE Commissioner Zodwa Ntuli. Talking to Teboho Mafodi and Bulelani Balabala about the real state of B-BBEE and its transformation – or better yet, the lack there off – is Mr Keith Levenstein, founder of EconoServ. He is the moderator of the B-BBEE forum on Business Masters. Keith has been involved in broad-based black economic empowerment since 2005. His business is well known to all in the industry. Their aim in this forum is to assist businesses in becoming BEE compliant.

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Richard Angus from The Finance Team and Leandi Streeter from Raizcorp, continue with the book review of Monisha Prem’s book ‘Snapshot your Business – A Simple Legal Guide for Entrepreneurs’.

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