Small businesses, entrepreneurs, creatives, artists, etc are already feeling the pinch of COVID-19
COVID19 recently made it’s way to the shores of South Africa, the dire situation called for an immediate response from the government which then resulted in social gatherings, festivals, and concerts being canceled.
Entrepreneurship seems to be a surviving tool in Khayelitsha as it has shown the youth more life beyond their ruinous surroundings.
WeWork, the world’s leading coworking company, has officially launched its third location in South Africa.
To the creatives with an entrepreneurial spirit, as well as those that just want to make a buck out of their respective hustles but don’t really know how to, we have compiled a list of 5 opportunities to upstart your creative business.
Lulalend, South Africa’s first online provider of short-term funding, is partnering with small businesses to help them achieve business growth.
Epic Hikes was born from a wanderlust passion for the outdoors, adventure and the fulfilment attained in exploring them.
What if big ideas and start-up passion could be supported with sound insights and resources that can be used as tangible stepping stones to a fully sustainable business?
The Goethe-Institut’s Imagination Nights are closely tied to the Hub@Goethe mentorship program for cultural and creative entrepreneurs. Participants get the chance to present their business idea to the wider public and choose the topic and format themselves.
A shareholders agreement sets rules for how the company will operate and outlines boundaries of responsibilities and solutions for future uncertain events.
Life is becoming more and more expensive, and just working an office job is quickly becoming insufficient to cover daily expenses. A solution may be to drop the day job altogether and to look at alternative’s outside of the conventional work week. We break down a few options you may want to consider.
As photographer it can be a difficult legal environment surrounding your artistic practice. Legalese takes us through a helpful guide for photographers to get paid for their work and avoid getting sued themselves.
Alvhin Adendorff and Eitan Stern take us through eight things that you need to know about taxes as a freelancer. Their tips will be a great help for you to make sure that your finances are all above board.
In South Africa, royalties are earned every time a song is played, sold, streamed or broadcast in any way. Legalese takes us through how to make sure that you can make a living as a musician through royalties.
The Artivist is a mixed-space venue that focuses on community, collaboration and a Pan-Africanist spirit, as well as music, art, and food.