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5 Ways To Be A Successful Panelist

By Taffy L Gotora 1. Know the subject and speak up. It’s assumed you are an expert, but refresh yourself prior to the event. Come prepared with examples from your own research and experience. Give specific, rather than general answers, sharing details and evidence based on your own work.Sprinkle in a statistic, fact, or quote

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JUST START

When you write it down you would normally think you can just do it. It seems impossible before you set to achieve it. By Charles Mungoshi I know the feeling when doubt creeps in like a thief at night and starts saying – how do I get to B when you are the very person

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Do you really need that money? Start before you finance

How much money do I need to start? This is possibly one of the most asked questions around entrepreneurship. My response is very simple, you do not finance to start, you finance ‘the start,’ you start then finance. It appears a lot of people are under the illusion that the cost of starting is solely

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8 Valuable Tips for Women Entrepreneurs

With more Zimbabwean women getting involved in mainstream business than any time in our history. Whilst there are no obvious disparities on gender capabilities for running businesses, the following tips by Wendy Banks can further enhance the day to day engagement for enterprising women.. Think big and be bold! “My company is successful not because I’m a woman,

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Why most start-ups fail to grow beyond inception and what pitfalls to avoid.

Entrepreneurship in Zimbabwe has in the past been dotted with amazing stories of fortune and very inspiring individuals whose business models not only inspired business growth and sustainability to their operations but also changed the wholesome business landscape. You can put the names James Makamba, Kukura Kurerwa, Strive Masiyiwa, Shingai Mutasa and Nigel Chanakira to

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Elijah Tembo’s ‘progressing beyond’ tips

A business that: 1. Knows and understands its reason for existence (purpose), 2. Is fully aware of its vision (future declaration), 3. Has clear cut objectives (main goal broken into small manageable tasks), 4. Engages in a step by step progression toward its destiny (forward movement), 5. Identifies problems in an existing market (opportunities), 6. Formulates appropriate

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