Business Empowerment continues to uplift the community

Members of the Business Language Empowerment.

The Talking Business Language Empowerment seminar has beaten all the odds to become a force to be reckoned with in the small business empowerment sector.

The organisation has formed a partnership with the Gauteng Enterprise Propeller (GEP) to continue to accelerate the growth and development of small businesses in the community.

Recently, they toured Gauteng where they assisted small business with development strategies, registration of businesses, assistance with business funding structures, business plans, and business profiles.

Spokesperson Thabisa Mhlongo said, “The partnership with the GEP simply means we are equipped with skills and knowledge to empower small business owners around Soweto.

“We offer them business developments strategies and host them to workshops and networking sessions.”

The last seminars were hosted in Mapetla View Lounge and another one in Orange Farm where even local artists were invited to attend their seminars and where they are given the opportunity to showcase their skills and talent.

“By the end of May, Talking Business Language Empowerment Seminar will be on tour in areas such as Hammanskraal, Limpopo, and Pretoria where we will be giving first-hand information about entrepreneurship, business plans and business profiles and business funding.

“Lots of young people are eager and interested in starting their business empires and contribute to the economy and create employment, but there is a lack of mentorship and guidance that they receive and that is where TBL comes in to help and so far we have been doing exactly that with no failure,” said Mhlongo.

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Hosea Mothei
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