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Gauteng Business 2016 edition

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The 2016 edition of the Gauteng Business and Investment Guide is the premier business and investment guide for the Gauteng province and the Gauteng Growth and Development Agency (GGDA). In addition to detailed profiles of key provincial organisations, including the GGDA, the Automotive Industry Development Corporation Centre (AIDC), the Gauteng Investment Centre, the Gauteng IDZ, the Gauteng ICT Park SEZ and Constitution Hill, this edition includes well-researched economic and demographic data on the province, as well as insights into the province’s five development corridors and the new industries and development nodes in these corridors; a focus on Gauteng as a global city region; and key growth sectors for the province.

Where to find Seda

Where to find Seda Gauteng enterprises. The organisation is also cognizant of the need for improved economic inclusiveness, especially when it comes to increasing the participation of blacks, youth, women and people with disabilities in economic activity. Provincial Office Physical Address: No 33 Hoofd Street, Forum5, 2nd floor, Braamfontein Tel: 011 408 6520 Most entrepreneurs cite access to funding as the biggest challenge in their efforts to grow and sustain their small enterprises. While this is true in most instances, Seda utilises an approach that does an in-depth assessment of the small enterprise and the entrepreneur to ensure that the support is as holistic as possible, and not limited to access to finance. This in-depth assessment is done by Seda’s business advisors. Through this approach, a long term relationship with multiple, needs-based interventions and continuous assessment of performance is established with the small enterprise. Seda Joburg Branch Thabo Sibeko – Branch Manager Physical Address: No 33 Hoofd Street, Forum5, 2nd floor, Braamfontein Tel: +2711 408 6511 tsibeko@seda.org.za The Seda interventions include the identification of new market opportunities and exploring possible revenue new streams, addressing national compliance and quality standards and improving competitiveness of the small enteprises. The effect of the interventions is measured every six months, looking at outcome measures such as sustainability levels, increased turnover, increased number of people employed, improved profitability levels and access to new markets. Tel: +2711 408 6511 Fax: Seda Tshwane Branch Caren Coetzee - Branch Manager: Tshwane Physical address: 536 Francis Baard, Arcadia Tel: 012 400 8892 / 011 408 6520 E-mail: ccoetzee@seda.org.za One critical intervention around access to finance is an online platform called Finfind which seeks to assist small enterprises with information on possible funders, advice on how to be ready for funding support, and how to prepare financial statements. Another important intervention, particularly on reducing the the mortality rate of start-up enterprises is incubation support. Seda’s network of 49 incubators balances the need to help small enterprises survive the nascent 36 months with the need to nurture businesses with innovative, high growth potential towards commercialisation. The network has demonstrated remarkable success, with 76% of incubated small enterprises surviving the first three years of business establishment, and out of those that graduate from the incubation programme, approximately 80% survive the first two years post incubation. These statistics are remarkable, Seda Ekurhuleni Branch Thabang Mpalami - Branch Manager Physical address: The Business Place, Cnr Monument and Voortrekker road, Kempton Park Tel: E-mail: tmpalami@seda.org.za Seda Emfuleni Branch Thabo Sibeko – Branch Manager Physical Address: VUT Southern Technology Park, No 5 Moshoeshoe Street, Sebokeng Tel: 0169302700 E-mail:tsibeko@seda.org.za when looked at against the general statistics of the small enterprise sector. Seda is committed towards supporting start-up enterprises and helping small and medium enterprises to grow. You can call our National Information Centre at 0860103703 or visit www.seda.org.za to find a Seda office nearest to you. TOGETHER ADVANCING SMALL ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT

Where to find Seda Gauteng Seda contacts; Provincial Office Physical Address: No 33 Hoofd Street, Forum5, 2nd floor, Provincial Braamfontein Office Physical Tel: Address: 011 No 408336520 Hoofd Street, Forum5, 2nd floor, Braamfontein Tel: +27 11 408 6520 Seda Joburg Branch Seda Thabo Joburg Sibeko Branch – Branch Manager Thabo Sibeko Physical – Branch Address: Manager No 33 Hoofd Street, Forum5, 2nd floor, Physical Braamfontein Address: No 33 Hoofd Street, Forum5, 2nd floor, Braamfontein Tel: +27 Tel: 11 +2711 408 6511408 6511 tsibeko@seda.org.za Email: tsibeko@seda.org.za Seda Tel: Tshwane +2711 408 Branch 6511 Fax: Seda Tshwane Branch Caren Coetzee - Branch Manager: Tshwane Caren Coetzee - Branch Manager: Tshwane Physical address: 536 Francis Baard, Arcadia Physical address: 536 Francis Baard, Arcadia Tel: +27 12 400 8892 / +27 12 408 6520 Tel: 012 400 8892 / 011 408 6520 Email: ccoetzee@seda.org.za E-mail: ccoetzee@seda.org.za Seda Seda Ekurhuleni Ekurhuleni Branch Branch Thabang Thabang Mpalami Mpalami - Branch Manager - Branch Manager Physical Physical address: The address: Business The Place, Business Cnr Monument Place, Cnr and Monument Voortrekker and road, Kempton Voortrekker Park road, Kempton Park Tel: +27 Tel: 11 408 6511 Email: tmpalami@seda.org.za E-mail: tmpalami@seda.org.za Seda Emfuleni Branch Thabo Sibeko – Branch Manager Physical Address: VUT Southern Technology Park, No 5 Moshoeshoe Street, Sebokeng Tel: 0169302700 E-mail:tsibeko@seda.org.za Seda Emfuleni Branch Thabo Sibeko – Branch Manager Physical Address: VUT Southern Technology Park, No 5 Moshoeshoe Street, Sebokeng Tel: +27 16 930 2700 Email:tsibeko@seda.org.za www.seda.org.za

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