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Limpopo Business 2020/21 edition

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ADVERTORIAL see money differently MONEY EXPERTS BRING 21ST CENTURY BANKING TO ALL COMMUNITIES At the heart of Nedbank’s business strategy is its belief that its sustainability depends on its ability to integrate into the communities in which it operates. Juliana Selemela, Regional Manager for Retail Business Banking in Limpopo, explains: ‘Nedbank has continued to deliver on its brand promise, which is to use our financial expertise to do good for individuals, families, businesses and communities in which we operate. Our client-centred strategy has enabled us to reach out to our clients in time of need during the Covid-19 national lockdown.’ The Nedbank Contact Centre and advanced digital innovation, including the awardwinning Nedbank Money app, enabled the bank to continue serving clients in the comfort of their homes. It brought convenience to clients and helped them to comply with lockdown regulations. Selemela says that for small- and mediumsized business clients, Nedbank continues to deliver end-to-end solutions through a dedicated business manager. ‘Our business managers are supported by a team of ‘ Our client-centred strategy has enabled us to reach out to our clients in time of need during the Covid-19 national lockdown. ’ experts across the bank to deliver seamless banking solutions. Our bigger-picture business approach ensures that we are able to take a holistic view of the business by understanding the vision, cashflow cycle, and transactional and capital expenditure needs of the business. This way, we become trusted advisors to the business owners who strive to grow their business.’ If you are interested in taking your business to its next level or need information about Nedbank’s specialised service offering, please email Juliana Selemela at or visit

ADVERTORIAL see money differently SOLUTIONS FOR SMALL BUSINESS AIMED AT CREATING JOBS AND GROWING THE ECONOMY Nedbank’s Support Manager for Small Business and Professionals for the Limpopo Province, Peteke Mojela, says that small businesses are the mainstay of the economy and Nedbank provides small-business owners with support that goes beyond banking. ‘Covid-19 has dealt entrepreneurs a major blow and, naturally, they are overwhelmed and anxious about the future of their businesses. Nedbank is proud to be involved in various ways to help mitigate the economic impact of the crisis on this vital sector. For example, BackaBusiness is an innovative and relevant way in which people can show their support for small businesses to ensure their survival. Loyal customers, family and friends, and society at large can join the movement to pay now and redeem a reward from the business owner once trading resumes.’ ‘Beyond this Covid-19 relief, our experts are available to provide all the support you need. Nedbank offers simple, affordable banking solutions and value-added services to get and keep your business going,’ says Mojela. Initiatives such as our free-to-join networking portal, The ‘ We provide our professional clients with banking at their fingertips, benefits that matter, expert savings … ’ Essential Guide for Small-business Owners, business registration services and free small-business seminars are all geared to support SMEs. Mojela adds that Nedbank’s Professional Banking solution is built on five pillars. ‘We provide our professional clients with banking at their fingertips, benefits that matter, expert savings and investment advice and a unique household banking approach, which allows them and their families to finance their dreams and growth.’ ‘With dedicated relationship bankers, tailored financing options and 24/7 service, the banking experience we offer is seamless, enables our clients’ financial aspirations and is flexible to grow as your needs grow,’ says Mojela. If you wish to tap into our small-business expertise to reach your business goals, please email Peteke Mojela at or visit

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