Do you need an injection of money to get your business off the ground? Or to grow it to new heights? Here are six questions investors ask.
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All businesses require loans to achieve the ambition of their owners or shareholders – their ‘nexts’. Some will need several over the course of their lifetime for any number of reasons. SMEs and start-ups are no exception.
Whereas the private sector is the biggest factor in the banking sector, there are growing moves by the state to become involved.
For many reasons, the Western Cape is experiencing a net inflow of people, attracted to the province’s good infrastructure and opportunities in several strong economic sectors.
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An unprecedented incentive framework with rates rebates and a process of slashing through the usual red tape is at the core of the city’s investment incentive framework.
The Ai-WPC agreement builds upon and supports the NEPAD 5% Agenda, a collaborative partnership between African asset owners (essentially pension and sovereign wealth funds) and African governments.
Learning from Asia's lessons, can Africa find the right balance for its own development model?
South African companies that are planning on exporting to or investing in capital projects beyond South Africa's borders are invited to contact the ECIC for assistance.