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For small businesses to grow, it is important for the organization to cut their operational expenses
Natasha Fagri and Jon-Marc De Carvalho didn't draw a salary for two years while they self-funded their startup. They've learnt tough lessons and pivoted their operational models, but it's all been worth it. Here are their top startup lessons.
When Craig Wapnick and his partners launched Joberg2c, a nine-day, 900km mountain bike stage race across South Africa, they just wanted to live their passion. Ten years later, they have a thriving business. These are their startup lessons.
Tarryn Tait launched her businesses in 2008. Ten years later, she counts Mr Price Home as one of her most valuable clients, and 40% of her revenue comes from online sales.
Mike Sharman, Ben Karpinski and Bryan Habana spotted a gap in the market for a digital agency that focused on aligning clients and brands with sports. Here's how finding a niche, the right team and being a little obsessed are the ingredients you need for a successful start-up.
Pepe Marais has built a R780-million business because he and his business partner took the most important step in launching a business – they started. Don't spend your life planning. Do instead.
Nykaa has changed the way India shops for beauty
When you have zero experience, zero credentials and zero skills, it's tempting not to try. Do it anyway. You still can win big.
Finding (and affording) a great partner as a young startup can be challenging, so these entrepreneurs proposed a more permanent relationship -- and their businesses are thriving.
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The EdTech Innovation Startup Competition winners were chosen among 800 applications from across 58 countries.