HELPING YOU EXPERIENCE THE CREATIVE FREEDOM

Platform for Entrepreneurs, Professionals & Youth.

PLAN & PRIORITIES

Directions and Approaches

  • Seeking out and fostering aspiring entrepreneurs through education and mentorship, and encouraging more increased participants in the ranks of the self employed;
  • Investing in establishing rapports with the various institutions and businesses to foster and promote innovation;
  • Screening opportunities consistently to weed out unpromising ventures;
  • Testing ways into new products and services, receiving and giving feedback, and validating business ideas;
  • Helping with scaling side businesses for entrepreneurially driven members of communities, while they get to keep their day jobs;
  • Inspiring the youth to be our future business people, entrepreneurs, experts and innovators hands-on and thorough interactions with stakeholders in private sector and government;
  • Forming and expanding partnerships with governmental, intergovernmental, academic, industrial, and entrepreneurial communities, recognizing them as stakeholders and fundamental contributors to the forum and the movement’s missions;
  • Safeguard the public trust through transparency and accountability in our service delivery and financial management, procurement, and reporting practices.
Education and Mentorships
Establishing rapports with other stakeholders
Scaling of businesses and motivating plunge taking
Forming and expanding partnerships
Safeguarding public interests

SPEAK UP

Discussions we all need to have.

Many are of the view that a critical divide in economics is the extent to which the government should intervene in a country’s economy. This platform argues that any government of the day’s intervention can extend beyond a country’s economy, filtering down to the very economies within communities and putting up infrastructure to support current trades. 

Essentially, this approach requires less government intervention on certain aspects of trade and more government intervention on devising regulatory measures that would grow fairness in free trade markets; while striving to overcome inequality, gender based violence and under-provision of public goods; and services.

- 2096781 %
A total of 2,096, 781 million crimes were recorded in 2018 with 4.4% drop
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A total of 2.01 million crimes were said to have been recorded in 2019 with 22% drop from the stats in 2018.
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Unemployment increased from 27.5% in the third quarter of 2018 from 27.2% in the previous period BY THE 3RD QUARTER IN 2019, JOBLESS RATES THEN INCREASED AGAIN TO 27.6%. CURRENTLY, SA IS SITTING ON 29% UNEMPLOYMENT RATE. DEVASTATING INFORMATION DENOTING A FAILING ECONOMY.
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While 98.5% of SA's economy is made up of SMEs, they account for over 200 000 formal trades; they’re only delivering between 15% & 28% of all jobs in the country. Findings by StatsSA indicates that The entire formal business sector generated R2,39 trillion in turnover in the first quarter of 2019, with most contribution coming from large conglomerates.

WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU

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Your thoughts and opinion are everything to us. How else would we get it right or come so close to getting it right if we do not reflect on what you may have said. Say something!