Online Presence
Giving township based entrepreneurs & businesses online presence.


Giving your small business an online presence means more than simply putting up a little website with your company’s address and phone number. It means setting up a virtual version of your business, with a welcoming, informative website, a Facebook page and Twitter account. In this electronic era, more people search online for the products and services they need as opposed to searching through a phone book. Ignoring this important potential marketing platform is akin to saying, “I don’t need any new business.”


Here are just a few of the many reasons why your business needs to establish its online presence:


1. Make it Easier for Potential Customers Come to You

2. Make it Easier to Showcase Your Products and Services

3. Make it Easier to Build Relationships with Customers and Potential Customers


4. Make it Easier to Market Your Brand


Business Compliance
Assisting businesses to ensure they are have business compliance.


Due to increasing laws, entrepreneurs are faced with growing regulatory compliance in business. These legal requirements create obligations but also provide certain rights and protection.


All businesses, small or large, are required to comply with legislation (passed by government), regulations (prescribed by regulatory bodies) or industry best practices.


Compliance legislations that govern businesses


Compliance requirements range from registration of businesses and business names, licensing, workers compensation, tax and unemployment compensation, and intellectual property protection, to industry specific requirements such as compliance with professional bodies.


There are six main types of laws that govern business:


  • Entity Regulations such as the Companies Act and Close Corporation Act
  • Customer and Information Protection such as Consumer Protection Act and POPI Act
  • Human Resources such as Labour Relations Act and Basic Conditions of Employment Act
  • Tax and Security such as Income Tax Act and National Credit Act
  • Intellectual Property such as Copyright Act and Patent Act
  • Industry Specific such as Import and export controls, B-BBEE Act and Codes of Good Practice.
Access to Market

Giving access to market within respective townships and surrounding areas.




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