Beyond 4.0 tour kicks off successfully
“Between 2019 and 2020 there’s an opportunity for R 2.2 billion in access for black entrepreneurs. That is why it is important that we have the team that will teach you how to access those funds but also in the process help you to build a sustainable, smart business,” Gunguluza addressed the audience.
Amongst the speakers of the day’s event were business and tax advisory Tshepo Nonyane, funding specialist Sammy Mokgoatsane, Lerato Dontache of Thriving.Network and Maudi Lentsoane of Lehumo Investments.
“I learned a lot today especially about compliance, tax evasion and so much more. Now I know so much more about how to approach funders and the dos and don’ts of business,” explained Mkombe.
The event wrapped up with a pitching session, in which over R 400 000 was given to one of the attendees, Xolile Thabethe of Fill Up, whose pitch was about starting a petrol app which will allow drivers to fill up on petrol at their convenience.