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By: South African Institute For Entrepreneurship  11-11-2011

Are you ready to be an entrepreneur

Have you ever dreamed of owning your own business, but were too afraid to try..

What type of business with suit you?

Before starting your own business it is really important to know where you are going and what you want to achieve.

What skills and experience do you need to start your own business

The skills and experience that are most important in starting a business are those which you already have..

How can you generate business ideas?

As long as people are thirsty, hungry or struggling with some or other challenge, you will always be able to find an opportunity to offer refreshments, food, or a creative solution to their challenges. To succeed in business, you should always be on the look out for opportunities to make money. You don’t have to be a business expert to do this. It just takes practice..

How can you test your business ideas?

No matter what type of business you wish to start, you will always face some kind of risk..

What will you need to start your own business?

Business start-up checklist..

How can you raise money to start your business?

Whether you need to raise a lot or a little bit of capital, remember that where there’s a will, there’s a way..

How to write your own business plan (part one)

Make sure to keep it brief, focused, simple and integrated. Ensure that all your ideas are connected..

How to write your own business plan (part two)

By writing a business plan, you will get a clearer picture of your business and its weaknesses. This can mean the difference between success and failure..

Do you have what it takes to be an entrepreneur?

Five common qualities of successful entrepreneurs..


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