Winning business through social media; What content should I be posting?

What should you post on social media?

Social media is for strong-hearted users, fun and image sharing? Hang on. Did you know that about 54% of consumers use social media to research products and services? Now, if social media has billions of users, and 54% of consumers use it to research products and services, what is your business doing about it? Do you have a winning social media strategy?

How do you run effective remote meetings?

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When running remote meetings, keep your audience engaged. It is also important to dress appropriately and ensure that your body language is on point. Most importantly, understand the basic functions of the technology you will be using for the meetings

How do you manage remote staff effectively?

Most businesses were not ready to work remotely. As a result, no strategies and plans were in place to manage teams who work from home. What are some of these ways that organisations can apply to manage remote staff effectively?

Tax relief measure that can help small businesses during coronavirus (Covid-19)

Is tax worrying you? May be we can help

Broadly, the tax relief measures were as follows: 1.     The introduction of a tax subsidy to employers of up to R500 per month for the next four months for those private-sector employees earning below R6,500 under the Employment Tax Incentive. This will help over 4 million workers; 2.     The South African Revenue Service to accelerate the payment […]

Coronavirus lockdown South Africa, a country at war in peaceful times

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As of today, South Africa reported that confirmed cases of Coronavirus have risen sharply over the last few days. As a result, tonight, 23 March 2020, the president announced further measures aimed at containing and managing the spread of the deadly virus. From midnight 26 March until midnight 16 April, the country will be under […]

Small business Coronavirus survival guide

We are in this together.

Coronavirus has taken over the world and the number of infections and deaths are increasing by the day. Some businesses have been affected too, from staff working from home to complete shutdown or a shift in working hours. Ramaphosa is set to announce measure his government are likely to implement to help businesses. But while […]

2020 Budget, what in it for you and your business?

Most of us understand the traditional concept of hunting and farming. It says one cannot eat what they did not kill or plant. But, if one does not hunt or plant, then they would have to borrow from those that did. And if they are to borrow from a skilled hunter/farmer, they might even pay […]

Five Clear Signs That It Is Time To Upgrade Your AR System

Many companies hesitate to upgrade or change their Accounts Receivable System simply because they feel they can continue to achieve the same results using the same systems and processes as they did five years ago. If you are a smaller company just looking to send a few automated dunning letters and have your AR team […]

Cash flow management: The reason why some small businesses fail

In our previous article, “Why do small businesses fail,” we found out that the majority of businesses fail with the first 24 months of being set up. Research also shows that between 70% and 80% of small businesses fail within the first 5 years. Of the businesses that fail, about 82% fail due to poor […]