Business Partners Limited preparing to administer Rupert funding for SMEs
One of the richest families in South Africa - the Rupert family - has made R1 billion available to help small businesses and their workers cope with the economic challenges wrought by Covid-19 and the nation-wide lockdown.
Gushwell Brooks spoke to Business Partners Limited business partner Ben Bierman about how these fund will be administered.
They have entrusted us with the responsibility of ensuring this donation that they have made and they will not receive a single cent back in the future. This donation is applied as effectively as possible in trying to fight the after-effects of this incredible crisis that we are facing at the moment.Ben Bierman, Business Partner - Business Partners Limited
We expect by the end of the week, all the criteria and the application platform will be available for SMEs to apply.Ben Bierman, Business Partner - Business Partners Limited
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