Got great service? Reward them with a 2015 Small Business Awards nomination!

Have you received excellent service from a small business?

Reward them (and do your bit to improve service levels in South Africa) by nominating them for the 2015 Small Business Awards with Sage One.

There are more than R1 million in prizes up for grabs for the winners and runners-up.

This year CapeTalk and Sage One have returned to recognise and reward Cape Town's best small enterprises.

Ivan Epstein, CEO of Sage AAMEA (Africa, Australia, Middle East and Asia), says that the passionate heart and mindset of small businesses can drive economic success.

I know what it feels like to create a classic start-up and bootstrap our way to success. We have a passion for ensuring the success of small business. Sage One believes that if we can help stimulate the growth of small to medium enterprises, we can increase the employment rate and economic freedom.

Ivan Epstein, CEO of Sage AAMEA

If you have received exceptional service from a small business, CapeTalk and Sage One wants to recognise it.

Submit your nomination. Finalists will be announced from the week of 10 August.

For more information on how to participate visit the Small Business Awards website.

Listen to the full conversation from CapeTalk's Breakfast with Kieno Kammies:


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