Nedbank Business Accelerator with CapeTalk

Does your business address crises (crime, energy, water...)? We'll help you GROW

Crime, health, education, energy, water…

There are many crises in South Africa. If your business’ business is addressing any of our myriad problems then you are perfect for our Business Accelerator campaign.

Let us help you grow so you can help the country in return (and make money while you’re at it) - it’s our duty and our pleasure!

Watch the video below, then click here (Gauteng) or here (Western Cape) to enter your business into our Business Accelerator Campaign with Nedbank.

It’s free to enter – you’ve got nothing to lose (and everything to gain).

Calling Bad News Busters

In tough times,your businesses opportunities lie in your actions. Get 702Land working in your favour by entering 702 Business Accelerator with Nedbank. Watch the video then apply at www.business.702.co.za! #BizX

Posted by 702 on Monday, October 12, 2015

This article first appeared on 702 : Does your business address crises (crime, energy, water...)? We'll help you GROW


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