Small Business Conversations

MONEYWEB RADIO  |  Podcast , ±11 min episodes every 1 week, 1 day  | 
Moneyweb's Small Business Conversations podcast is hosted by Melitta Ngalonkulu. The podcast features interviews with entrepreneurs from various industries on their business acumen, lessons and overall growth. Entrepreneurs from big and small businesses, start-ups and more, will gain valuable insights from financial economists and small business experts.

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How can township economies gain new markets?

It is undeniable that the business landscape is evolving, which means the way business is now done needs to change. Black Business Council CEO Kganki Matabane speaks on what it is that township and rural economies need to do differently to attract new business and how the environment needs to change to counter some of their challenges.

Is your business future-fit?

If you want to have a business that endures, you need to move out of your comfort zone every day. Dr Rethabile Melamu, general manager of the Green Economy at the Innovation Hub, speaks on this week's episode about what it takes to run an effective future-fit business.

Matching small business finance seekers with funders

Getting funding is a challenge, even when there isn't a pandemic devastating economies. In episode 4 Darlene Menzies, CEO and founder of Finfind, discusses what funders are looking for and different funds available for small businesses.

Trevor Wittles: A restaurateur adapting to the times

Trevor Wittles, the owner of Shawarma Express, showed determination to save his restaurants and the jobs of his employees by delivering Shawarma ingredients instead of hot Shawarmas.

This week he tells us how he saved his business from closing shop during lockdown level 5 and adapted to the changing business environment.

David Tlale: The impact of Covid-19 on the fashion design industry

As the world faces the pandemic in unified isolation, many industries have been forced to relook their models – fashion is no different. This week we speak to acclaimed fashion designer David Tlale to find out how the pandemic is affecting the people who design our clothes and to chief economist at IQ Business, Sifiso Skenjana, on how businesses operating in this space could mitigate the risk.
David Tlale

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