South Africa’s transport industry is one of the country’s main contributors to the economy.
The adoption of digitalisation across industries is slowly becoming apparent to many business owners as they realise the power it has to grow their businesses and customer base.
Finance Minister, Malusi Gigaba started his speech on 21 February 2018 with the words: “this is a tough, but hopeful speech” – words that set a tone for what South Africans can expect in 2018. Despite the positive effect President Cyril Ramaphosa has had on our country’s economy during the last month, there are some
Do you feel that tedious events appear to be recurring in exactly the same way in your business? Do you feel like you are stuck in a rut on a day-in day-out by reliving the same day over and over without any business growth? Perhaps you find yourself in a perpetual ‘Groundhog Day’ due to
Why We Can Help You Nearly 60 years ago Transaction Capital Business Solutions (Rand Trust) started trading and our aim was to support businesses that were unable to access funding through the traditional channels for their business sustainability and critical strategic growth.
With February around the corner, it is essential that you prepare your business for anything and while you have put together your new plan and strategy for 2018, the outcomes of the budget speech can have an impact. Spending, deficit, VAT and tax implications can have not just an impact on your business, but also
Making sure your business is ready to take on 2018 with a bang means preparation needs to be the focus, – to not only make sure you are well prepared for business growth, but ascertaining that all the necessary measures are in place to tackle any challenges and risk and ensure success.
In today’s competitive market, transportation companies such as courier and freight – both big and small – find themselves asking; ‘How do I improve my business, how do I take the pressure off my already strained resources and maximise expertise to get the best returns and ensure business longevity?’ Many businesses in South Africa rely