Big Small Business Show

BUSINESS DAY TV  |  Podcast , ±38 min episodes every 1 week  | 
The Big Small Business Show aims to give viewers practical and down-to-earth business advice and is tailor-made for entrepreneurs. This programme gives great insight and tips to those who want to grow their ventures, as well as those who wanting to take the step towards entrepreneurship.

The show is hosted by Allon Raiz, CEO of Raizcorp, an internationally well-known business guru.

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05
NOV

Big Small Business Show - talking about the app, Khula!

Directors Jono Leaf-Wright and Ashley Kotzin from Action Sports SA, get guidance from the panel on how to attract more clients to their sport facilities during office hours.

There is a big possibility that you may actually break your business with new ideas. Lee Naik, CEO: TransUnion, gives great insight into when you should hold back a bit.

An app called Khula! won the MTN Business App of the Year competition. The interview with this lively group of determined young men is not to be missed!
23
OCT

The different styles of leadership

Jandre de Beer and Gilbert Kumpukwe from V8 Media joins Allon Raiz as his guests. They are in a phase of rapid growth and Allon guides them on systems & procedures, as well as client selections.

There are many different styles of leadership. Are you set in your style or can you jump from style to style depending on the leadership required at the time? Nolitha Fakude, Director of Companies, gives great insight into this matter.

Monalisa Sam, MD of Tungwa Retail Holdings, gives tips around the different types of advertising platforms available to you and how to choose the right one to suit your budget and intended reach.
08
OCT

The Big Small Business Show - 08 Oct 2018

Caleb David, founder and CEO of Versatile Commodity Traders, gets guidance from Allon Raiz on how to secure more loyal clients in the petroleum industry by changing his outlook on what type of company he is running.
01
OCT

The Big Small Business Show - 01 Oct 2018

Portia Mngomezulu, MD of Portia M Skin Solutions, gets guidance from the panel on how to navigate the road of expansion and rapid growth.

Influence = to deliberately and purposefully use you energy as a leader judiciously. Join us for more words of wisdom from Bonang Mohale, CEO of Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA).

Kumaran Padayachee, CEO of Spartan SME Finance, unpacks what funding leverage means and how small business owners can use it to their advantage.
25
SEP

The Big Small Business Show - 25 Sept 2018

David Seinker, CEO of The Business Exchange, gets guidance from the panel on how to mitigate the imminent arrival of an international competitor.

Lee Naik, CEO: TransUnion Africa, unpacks the words “tough times” and gives tips on how leaders could steer the boat through turbulent waters.

Monalisa Sam, MD: Tungwa Retail Holdings, shares her experience of becoming a first-time mother and the challenges of getting back into the work space.
27
AUG

Growing your network and your A-Team

Cezanne Britain, Founder: Britain Renecke, has a legal practice that mostly relies on word of mouth referrals for growth. Allon Raiz gives her tips on how to grow her network to speed up the process.

Lee Naik, CEO of TransUnion Africa, unpacks what an A-team exists of, how to choose the team and how to nurture them to full potential.

Paula Sartini, CEO of BrandQuantum, unpacks what the initial purpose of a tag-line is and how tag-lines evolve and change as the business grows.
14
AUG

The entrepreneurial value of attending a pitch

Hudson Raath, founder of Enterprise Ethanol, has an unusual leadership style whereby he lets his staff determine their own leave and encourages them to work from home first to avoid peak hour traffic. Can he be called the ideal boss?

Bonang Mohale, CEO of Business Leadership South Africa, joins us to share his take on why leaders should have integrity and what this word means in the world of business.

Bronwyn Echardt and Lerato Ramasodi joins us to unpack the entrepreneurial value of attending a Pitch & Polish workshop. Book your seat!
23
JUL

Unpacking the somewhat complex process of mezzanine funding.

Junior Mmotla, founder of Mamagasehome, adapted his clothing range successfully to make provision for a different market, but selling his range online proves to have some challenges. Niki Seberini, a mind freedom fighter, unpacks the need to be right and how people can become addicted to winning an argument, irrespective of it being in the office or at home. Kumaran Padayachee, CEO of Spartan SME Finance, unpacks the somewhat complex process of mezzanine funding.
16
JUL

A straight-forward breakdown of the expectations of different parties when it comes to funding

Lois Bright, founder of Initiate International, joins Allon Raiz to discuss time management, cash flow challenges and the difficulties of being a good manager. Belinda Mapongwana, founder of Mapongwana Attorneys, left a job at a high-profile law firm simply because she believed in herself and didn’t doubt for one moment that she can make it on her own. Kumaran Padayachee, CEO of Spartan SME Finance, gives a straight-forward breakdown of the expectations of different parties when it comes to funding.
09
JUL

Unpacking psyche of steel to get off drugs and alcohol

Mic Mann, co-founder of Mann Made, unpacks cryptocurrencies; where it started and what the future may hold. Xolani Luvuno unpacks his psyche of steel to get off drugs & alcohol and set his sights on finishing the Comrades Marathon on crutches. Part 2/2 - “Addicted to running”. Pieter Faber from SAICA unpacks the new deadline of 31 October for tax e-filing submissions & also gives tips on submitting supporting documents separately to speed up processing.

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