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How to Digitise your Business through Social Media Marketing

    With a lot of companies and people working remotely and the country going into lockdown, there is no better time to focus on digitising your business.   Most people will be spending a lot more time online. With … Read More

How To Digitise Your Business Through Digital Marketing

    Firstly, what does it mean to digitise your business? Well, digitalisation is when you use digital technologies to change a business model and provide new revenue and value-producing opportunities. Digitalizing your business can give you a competitive advantage … Read More

 South African Budget Speech 2020

    The Budget Speech – an important time for South Africans and South African businesses in general. Shedding light on where we are as a country in terms of finance and what we can expect to happen during the … Read More

Do’s and Don’ts of Financial Year-End

  Financial year-end can be a headache for any person working in finance. There is so much to have prepared and ready for when the time comes.   Regardless of when it is, thinking about Do’s and Don’ts is imperative … Read More

Time is Money

  “Time is money – It means time is a valuable resource because our time in this world is finite, so it’s better to do things as quickly as possible and get more done in a shorter amount of time…” … Read More

A look at 2019’s Financial growth and how it could impact 2020

  2020 is right around the corner (we know, we can’t believe it either). With that being said, it’s always good to have a jump start on the new financial year and prepare for the new financial year to keep … Read More

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