Starting your own business in South Africa by Barrie TerblancheStarting your own business in South Africa by Barrie Terblanche

Starting your own business in South Africa

byBarrie Terblanche, Pamela Moeng, Guy Macleod

Paperback | July 1, 2011

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This 12th edition of South Africa's bestselling guide to starting a business contains all the information you need to start, manage and sustain a small business in South Africa, now updated to incorporate the latest changes to SA legislation that affect small businesses. The book is divided into three parts that cover the key stages in starting a business: Planning, Getting started and Scaling up. The material is further divided into clear and manageable chapters, each dealing with a particular element of the process. The chapters offer: vital information,step-by-step guidelines, relevant SA case studies, advice and support, links to other resources, and information on women in business.
Barrie Terblanche is a graduate of Stellenbosch University, and is a financial and business journalist who co-owned and edited the newspaper Big News for the Business Owner. He won the Africa SMME journalist of the year award (2003) for his writing on small, medium and micro-enterprises and regularly contributes to the 'It's your busi...
Title:Starting your own business in South AfricaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 8.74 × 5.98 × 0 inPublished:July 1, 2011Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0199055343

ISBN - 13:9780199055340

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Table of Contents

Part l: Planning1. Do you really want to do this?2. Many styles, few rules3. Where do you start?4. A start-up story5. Thinking about partnerships6. Different ways of starting in businessPart ll: Getting started7. Set up a base camp8. Cash-flow chart9. Breakeven point10. Into the market11. The first scary months12. Structuring your businessPart lll: Scaling up13. Finding finance14. From garage to factory, home to office15. Setting up systems16. Understanding labour law17. Financial management and tax18. Your business and black economic empowerment19. Women in business20. Support for your business