30 seconds to sell your business ideas

Small business owners shared their business offerings and products with 30 seconds of free airtime on air.

In this month's edition of the Entrepreneur Corner, Eusebius McKaiser (standing in for Redi Tlhabi) encouraged aspiring business owners to use the opportunity to grow their businesses.

Featured on this month's edition were the following services and products:

  • Travel and tourism
  • Steelworks
  • Web design
  • Corporate identity packaging
  • Marketing solutions
  • Tiling
  • Cleaning services
  • Real estate agency
  • Organic chicken farmer
  • Professional mathematics tutor
  • Language services
  • Mobile gourmet coffee

Listen below:

I'm a professional mathematics tutor operating in Wendywood, with a proven track record and references.

Logan, caller from Wendywood

We're a 100% black owned youth company... We do blasting consumables and we offer training on blasting.

Kenny, caller in Joburg
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