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KwaZulu-Natal Business 2018-19 edition

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  • Agriculture
  • Sappi
  • Nedbank
  • Mondi
  • Toyota
  • Coast
  • Logistics
  • Transportation
  • Port
  • Durban
  • Durban
  • Natal
  • Kzn
  • Durban
  • Municipality
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The 2018/19 edition of KwaZulu-Natal Business is the 10th issue of this highly successful publication that, since its launch in 2008, has established itself as the premier business and investment guide for the KwaZulu-Natal Province. In addition to the regular articles providing insight into each of the key economic sectors of the province, there are special features on the investment prospects of Durban (eThekwini) and on the specific attractions for investors of other regions throughout the province. We are pleased to include a survey of the province’s economy from Trade & Investment KwaZulu-Natal, the dedicated trade and inward investment promotion agency that promises to be “your knowledge partner in business”. To complement the extensive local, national and international distribution of the print edition, the full content can also be viewed online at www.kwazulunatalbusiness.co.za. Updated information on KwaZulu-Natal is also available through our monthly e-newsletter, which you can subscribe to online at www.gan.co.za, in addition to our complementary business-to-business titles that cover all nine provinces as well as our flagship South African Business title.

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ADVERTORIAL ADVERTORIAL Making Nedbank’s it easier new to brand do business promise with Nedbank Business focuses Banking on client engagement that Siphamandla Ndhlovu, KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Business Banking will create a better understanding Manager, explains how Nedbank can help business owners see money differently. Kevin de Beer, Nedbank Provincial General Manager in the Free State and Northern Cape, explains how Nedbank works with communities to deliver banking helps solutions. with continuity in case there is a change of relationship from a Business Manager point of view. Our approach is to understand the client’s business holistically and from that understanding, design tailormade banking solutions to suit the business needs of the client. Our “Wholeview Banking” approach enables us to understand the client’s cash receipts and payment cycle, their global trade transactions, foreign exchange hedging transactions and transactional banking needs which include cash handling. From this information, we are able to provide banking, payment and funding solutions that meet the client’s needs. We are therefore seen as a trusted partner by the business we serve as our banking solutions match the client’s needs and means. “At Nedbank Business Banking we believe that you need a financial partner who not only understands your circumstances and aspirations, but also provides you with relevant solutions and a banking experience that is hasslefree. This allows you to concentrate on what’s most important to you – running your business,” says Ndhlovu. At the core of our Business Banking offering in KwaZulu-Natal is a relationship-based model. We believe in building a relationship with our client which helps elevate trust which becomes the solid foundation on which our banking decisions are made. A Business Manager is the key entry point into the bank. The Business Manager is supported by a Client Service team who ensure delivery of the facilities the client is afforded. The Client Service team also becomes a repository of client information where the client history and track record are held. This Our banking offering covers a broad range of financial and advisory services to small and medium businesses in all sectors of the economy including Agriculture. We pride ourselves in our ability to make quick credit decisions as our Credit teams are located in the markets that we serve as opposed to being at a central location that is removed from the local market. Furthermore, based on the relationship foundation and our understanding of the client’s needs, we are able to extend our offering to the business owner in their personal capacity, their family and staff. In doing this, we answer Nedbank’s call to use our financial expertise to do good for individuals, families, businesses and communities within which we operate. Should you be interested in taking your business to its next level and improving staff engagement, and for more information about Nedbank’s specialised service offering please call Siphamandla Ndhlovu on +27 83 637 8552 or visit www.nedbank.co.za.

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