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Your pocket guide to finding the
right funding for your business
Zevoli Growth Partners, in partnership with Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE) South Africa, have launched the MSME Funding Handbook series.
Volume 1 focuses on National Development Finance Institutes.
Funding Handbook Featured
The handbook will help you sift through the noise to find the type of
funding that is relevant to your business.
The handbook provides all the information you need in one place. No
need to spend hours online researching sources of funding ever again.
It provides all the information you need in one place and explains all
the funding technical terms in non-technical terms.
We have made the handbook as user-friendly as possible so that it’s
easy to navigate and find the information you need.
You can download the handbook to use and refer to in your own time.
Future volumes of this handbook will cover:
- Provincial DFIs
- Corporate Funding
- Commercial Funding
- Private Equity
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Find a business development programme
We know that MSMEs are always on the hunt for an appropriate business development programme run by a corporate that will truly make a sustainably impact on their business.
Our sister company Linkage aims to connect corporates who are running business development programmes with the right MSMEs.
If you want to ensure that your company is made visible for corporate support and development, sign-up here.
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The National Development Plan (NDP 2030) places significant importance on the development small business as a key driver of job creation and economic growth. It envisages that for a growth level of 5% in annual GDP, SMMEs must contribute between 60% - 80% of economic value. It is with this growth target in mind that programmes that seek to empower and assist small businesses attain growth and sustainability are of high importance and find resonance in South Africa. Equally as important is bearing in mind the skewed inequality levels among the diverse racial groups in the country. That is why the attainment of empowering and giving economic opportunities to black owned SMEs is most important as we address the stubborn threats of poverty, inequality, and unemployment.
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