WC government cuts red tape for SMMEs with new Jump App

Jump is a new online platform offering small businesses an array of support available to them and a means to more efficiently access that support.

It is a Western Cape government initiative to help SMMEs connect with one another and access this support.

MEC for Economic Opportunities and Tourism at Western Cape, Beverley Schafer says this app allows businesses and government to explore new technological ways to make life easier and minimise red tape.

Read: 'Let's fight for SMMEs by giving them platforms, let's give them opportunities'

We understand that red tape is seriously hampering economic growth and opportunities for businesses to grow and ultimately create new jobs.

Beverley Schafer, MEC for Economic Opportunities - Western Cape government

As Jump App goes live at the end of the month but you can sign up here.

Schafer will be by jumping out of a plane on Thursday to demonstrate her support.

To hear the rest of the conversation, listen below:


This article first appeared on CapeTalk : WC government cuts red tape for SMMEs with new Jump App


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