702 Small Business Awards

The Sage Small Business Awards with 702 are back!

The Sage Small Business Awards with 702 are back!

If you are proud of what your small business has achieved, or know of a small business contributing to the growth of SA, nominate them now and stand a chance to win the 2017 Sage Small Business Awards with 702.

Tamsin van Rooyen, Director of Field Marketing Africa & Middle East at Sage spoke to 702 host Stephen Grootes about why Sage is so interested in small business and how you could enter these awards.

Small businesses have such a big role to play in the economic development of the country.

Tamsin van Rooyen, Director of Field Marketing Africa & Middle East at Sage

Van Rooyen says they are looking for businesses that are making a difference in their community, offer good service and businesses that are succeeding. She adds that the awards will aim to drive awareness to those small businesses.

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