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