Nedbank Business Accelerator with CapeTalk

How to take your business to the next level

Are you one of the BIG 8 entrepreneurial business accelerators we want to feature on Radio 702 and Cape Talk this season of Business Accelerator?

Business coach and CEO of Aurik Business Incubator, Pavlo Phathidis, spoke to John Robbie about the 8 Types of Business Accelerators:

  1. BadNewsBusters: Building business to service shortcomings in health, housing, education, crime and energy.

  2. DavidGoliaths: Business taking on giants like China labour, American tech, German engineering and winning.

3.TrailBlazers: Disrupting, fragmenting and collapsing value chains to create on-demand economies.

  1. AfricanArgonaughts: Doing business in Africa, America, Europe, India etc to generate export revenues.

  2. FastFoxes: Quickly filling the gaps left behind by shrinking BigBiz in a contracted economy.

  3. StandardSetters: Driving excellence as a new standard in entrepreneurship, collaboration, innovation.

  4. ConnectivityKings: Collecting data on gadgets, gizmos and crunching it to serve customers proactively.

  5. MarketMakers: Putting life into the NDP through localisation, job creation, export replacement.

Listen to the conversation below:

To get involved with Business Accelerator, visit business.702.co.za or follow the hashtag #BizX on Twitter.

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