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Entrepreneurial Development
Workshops
for aspirant business owners & managers


Realise entrepreneurial appreciation and proficiency by learning entrepreneurship, and in particular practical entrepreneurship, through separating its basics from other complex and unnecessary entrepreneurial clutter and explained in terms of its logical and practical fundamentals. Mzabi Institute consultants can help you, through coaching and skilling, on best practice business initiation so as to maximise the likelihood of business start-up success that is premised on thorough and detailed business planning.

For best entrepreneurial development results, join us in our entrepreneurial development workshops.

Logical & practical entrepreneurship lead to improved business start-up and business sustainability.
  • It is common knowledge that South Africa today, in this knowledge era , bears an inherent national triple challenge - unemployment poverty inequality (NDP 2030, 2012).
  • The South African unemployment rate is currently at an unhealthy 29% (StatsSA, 2019), which translates to just over 6.7 million people , who want to be employed, but who are without jobs (Stats SA, 2019).
  • Being without jobs implies that they are without an income, a factor directly related to poverty and indirectly related to inequality.
  • It is a worldwide phenomenon that entrepreneurship is one of the most formidable and undisputed methods or means towards national prosperity.
  • It is an internationally embraced fact that small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are the most appropriate and effective avenue for job creation (NDP 2030, 2012; ILO, 2018).
  • The prevailing nominal state of the South African entrepreneurship activity, in particular SMEs, does not inspire confidence as it is at unacceptably low levels (GEM 2017/2018).
  • The South African economy is also not growing at the required rate to create more and better JOBs.
  • The South African entrepreneurial challenge - SMEs challenge - is fourfold.
  • (1) South Africa does not create enough businesses or SMEs,
    (2) Most of the few that are created fail within five years of inception,
    (3) Most of the few that survive do not grow adequately to contribute significantly to more and better JOBs and to the reduction of unemployment rate, and
    (4) Most of the few that grow are not founded on innovation or novel product(s), service(s), and/or operations model(s), instead they are a replication of prevalent and already established business ideas.
  • The consequence of such entrepreneurial approach - the latter aspect - is a zero-sum effect,
  • - i.e. an entrepreneurial approach that is not premised on innovated novel product(s), service(s), and/or operations model(s) does not adequately contribute to effective economic growth because it lacks the capacity to earn forex for the country.
  • If the picture of the South African entrepreneurial state is to be reversed, South Africa needs effective entrepreneurial development and enterprise management programmes that are founded on Business Management Excellence.
  • Business Management Excellence entails proper business initiative, business effectiveness, and business efficiency .

  • At Mzabi,we specialise in helping prospective entrepreneurs conceive, appraise, and implement sustainable businesses.
  • At Mzabi,we specialise in helping South Africa create more & better JOBs through the creation of outcome-driven SMEs.

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