Available tools and templates include both downloadable and online items. And are accessible via links in articles. Simply search for the resource you need – say,” business plan template”. Select the most suitable article from the results and there you have it. Helpful information about business plans, business planning, links to downloadable business plan templates and other related resources. Happy hunting.
I am a SAAM trained and accredited Family and Divorce Law Mediator, as well as a University of Pretoria...
In this course learn how to create business documents that say what you mean and achieve the results you...
New Year, New Business Principles Regular Catalyst contributor and Labour lawyer, Marleen Potgieter, is seeing a new trend at...
The beginning of each year starts with great excitement. Most people are enthused to set New Year resolutions, whilst...
South Africa is entering interesting economic times. Although the Minister of Finance is desperately keen to avoid talk of...
‘We need to act!’ Professor Jonathan Jansen’s rallying cry strikes a chord for many people, especially at the beginning...
Thursday, 10 March 2016 Gallagher Convention Centre, Midrand, Johannesburg Thursday, 25 August 2016 Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC),...
The Western Cape Department of Economic Development and Tourism, in partnership with the Centre for Applied Entrepreneurship at USB...
Event Details: Time: December 8, 2015 from 9am to 3:30pm Location: The Bandwidth Barn, Block B, 3rd Floor, Woodstock Exchange Street: 66-68 Albert...
We are hosting our annual seminar and training event. This is our entrepreneurial and business skills event. We will...
With Premium membership comes *****30 minutes of free mentoring each month, and access to additional mentoring at a preferential rate. To connect with a mentor, simply ask a question. One or more mentors will respond to your application and you may then choose which one to use.
A mentor who can answer your question will be in touch shortly.
Mentorhotline is a network of mentors who are successful, passionate and creative like you.
Want to find a mentor near you who can help you build on your success?
The Fetola Mentor Hotline provides entrepreneurs and emerging business leaders with personalised expert guidance, advice and wise counsel via Skype, phone, online platforms, email and face-to-face. In addition subscribers gain access to a broad range of business tools, templates and resources.
Mentor Hotline provides subscribers with personal responses from skilled, experienced and caring mentors, and also provides access to valuable, proven resources, and a community of like-minded peers. Subscribers can easily find information, tools, tips and resources, and connect with peers and mentors who really understand their business challenges. Mentor Hotline brings personalised mentor support into your own office, when and where you need it.
Yes, you can create or join special interest groups and discussion forums of like-minded entrepreneurs and business owners.
No, Mentor Hotline does not provide funding directly, but your mentor may be able to assist you with guidance and advice to help you find funding where appropriate.
You will receive a username and password that you can use to log in to the site. Once logged in, you are able to browse the tools and resources, post a question and join a group.
Everyone is welcome to join the Fetola Mentor Hotline, however it is designed to help:
- Owners or managers of small & medium sized enterprises, or entrepreneurs with an idea for a start-up business.
- Users with access to communication (email and cell phone or landline)
The Fetola Mentor Hotline is also available to Business Development Service providers and companies wishing to deploy their enterprise development grants to grow emerging businesses in their supply chain. We invite interested programme partners to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to personal mentor access, participants can enjoy:
- The Mentor Hotline peer group – a simple to use shared resource that puts entrepreneurs and SME leaders in direct contact with each other, encourages communication, provides business to business opportunities and builds a sense of community.
- Access to Basic Business Building Blocks including templates designed specifically for SMEs in South Africa. These templates and training manuals are specifically for local use and designed in simple, accessible user-friendly terms.
- Access to mentorship support to develop your business systems, including production management, simple CRM, sales reporting, time management, financial management etc.