Nedbank Business Accelerator with CapeTalk

Proudly South African business? We'll help you GROW (it’s our duty and pleasure)

Are you a proudly South African business?

Do you manufacture locally?

Are you creating jobs here where it’s needed?

We can and will help you grow! 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).

Caling all Market Makers

702 Business Accelerator with Nedbank rewards bold action in 702Land businesses. If you're a #MarketMaker apply now via business.702.co.za #BizX

Posted by 702 on Thursday, October 15, 2015

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