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What to consider before starting a business

You should have a ‘never say die’ attitude! Be focussed; understand what you want. Keep striving!

Khotso Seroto

Ray White (in for The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield) interviewed Business Leadership South Africa Director Khotso Seroto for his weekly small business feature.

Seroto spoke about the things to consider before you take the plunge and start a new business.

Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.

It’s important to do a SWOT analysis before starting a business. What are your strengths and weaknesses?

Khotso Seroto

You need to learn about compliance regulations.

Khotso Seroto

You need a business plan. It’s your roadmap.

Khotso Seroto

Some businesses don’t need funding.

Khotso Seroto

Cash-flow drowns a lot of businesses.

Khotso Seroto

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