Find out how to get funding for your business

The Western Cape Business Opportunities Forum will be holding an information sharing evening on Wednesday to for those interested in entrepreneurship to find out about some of the funding opportunities currently available.

CEO of Western Cape Business Opportunities Forum (WECBOF), Arifa Parker says it is important for people wanting to start businesses to know where the funding is.

There is money available but people don't know how to get that money.

Arifa Parker, CEO of Western Cape Business Opportunities Forum (WECBOF)

The information sharing session will take place from 7-9pm on Wednesday 29 November at the Artscape's iSibaya room.

For more info go to www.wecbof.co.za

To hear the rest of the conversation with Arifa Parke, listen below:


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