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    R8,4 million is up for grabs for ten select South African entrepreneurs.

    Hard to believe?

    Think again. The opportunity of a lifetime lies within the grasp of ten driven entrepreneurs. All you need to do is get your copy of the February edition of Entrepreneur magazine, check whether you qualify for the Raizcorp Fast Forward programme and then start the application process.
    The opportunity is open to anyone that has an operating business with a turnover of at least R50 000 per month, is based in South Africa and is willing to work to take their business to the next level.

    The programme, worth R844 000, will give you access to a full team of Raizcorp guides, whose specialities lie in strategy, finance, marketing, sales and personal development, for a period of two years. The only question is, are you motivated enough to make your business a global player?

    Remember: you will find information on how to apply and all the qualifying details in the February edition of Entrepreneur Magazine The Ultimate “How-To” Guide For Starting & Growing A Business!
    On sale at all leading retailers 8 February 2012

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    Be kinda cool if someone bought a copy and let us know if there are any "unmentioned" criteria.

    For the record I'm all for this sort of help to ambitious entrepreneurs regardless, and I really hope the prizes on offer wil help some local businesses make it big.
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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    Hi Guys

    Adrian, this is not selected on colour or previously disadvantages it is for any business owner that earns over R50 000 per month turnover and can show dedication and desire to grow their business.

    @Dave you should be buying it every month but the main criteria is the R50 000 per month turnover. If you are a business owner the least you can do is apply and see what happens, good luck all!

    The rest of the details are available in the Entrepreneur Magazine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deanh View Post
    or any business owner that earns over R50 000 per month turnover
    Well it looks to me that you already excluded almost all "small/start-up" businesses I can think off. Pity because I know a lot of small businesses that could do with this kind of capital injection mine included.
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    One of my clients will take their T/o from R8-mil to over R30-mil this year. Can they enter or would that be too much?
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    Hi Teco

    Sorry i wish i could help but the programme is aimed more at small established businesses and not start ups. Ill keep you in mind if we launch a start up programme.

    @Blurock yes they can apply its for any business that has the ability to grow and i'm sure we will agree every business has the ability to grow!

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