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Northern Cape Business 2020/21 edition

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The 2020/21 edition of Northern Cape Business is the 10th issue of this highly successful publication that has, since its launch in 2009, established itself as the premier business and investment guide for the Northern Cape Province. Officially supported and used by the Northern Cape Department of Economic Development and Tourism, Northern Cape Business is unique as a business and investment guide that focuses exclusively on the province. In addition to comprehensive overviews of sectors of the economy, this publication has a particular focus on specific, packaged, investment opportunities. These include plans for the establishment of Special Economic Zones (SEZs) within the province, which have specific incentives designed to make investment into the Northern Cape even more attractive. The hi-tech exploits of astronomers and engineers in search of a landspeed record are the focus of an article on engineering sector while the rapidly expanding solar energy sector which continues to attract significant capital is discussed in some detail.

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ADVERTORIAL see money differently NEDBANK BUSINESS BANKING AIMS TO SUPPORT ALL BUSINESS SECTORS Gary Long, Nedbank’s Provincial Business Banking Manager for the Free State and Northern Cape, says there is good news for Free State and Northern Cape business owners and entrepreneurs. Nedbank Business Banking has 18 business managers in the two provinces who are specialists in commercial industries, agriculture and the public sector. ‘At Nedbank Business Banking, we believe that you need a flexible, resilient financial partner who not only understands your circumstances and aspirations, but who also provides you with relevant solutions and a banking experience that is hasslefree, allowing you to concentrate on what’s most important to you – running your business,’ says Long. Our bigger-picture banking approach enables us not only to provide you with the banking solutions you need, but also to give you a holistic view of how our products are connected to create a framework that yields maximum impact across every facet of your business and beyond. We know that success in business is about partnerships, and that is why we put the building of deep, lasting, value-adding relationships at the centre of everything we do. This means your goals are our goals, your vision is our vision, and your success is our success – while you rely on our additional support ‘ We understand that the various spheres of government and their agencies face unique challenges, and are ready and able to draw on the bank’s innovative, seamless and hasslefree products to help build a greater nation. ’ that is most needed in times of change and uncertainty. Nedbank has a dedicated public sector team to provide financial solutions that enable the broader mandate of service delivery. ‘We understand that the various spheres of government and their agencies face unique challenges, and are ready and able to draw on the bank’s innovative, seamless and hassle-free products to help build a greater nation,’ says Long. If you are interested in taking your business to the next level, please contact Gary Long on +27 (0)72 985 5009 or GaryL@nedbank.co.za or visit www.nedbank.co.za/business.

ADVERTORIAL see money differently MONEY EXPERTS SERVING THE FREE STATE AND NORTHERN CAPE BUSINESS COMMUNITIES Heino Bosman, Nedbank’s Regional Manager for the Free State and Northern Cape, explains how Nedbank continues to build on its client-centred strategy aimed at delivering distinctive experiences for businesses in the region. Innovation and technological advancements, as well as training and development of staff, have been key pillars in achieving the bank’s objectives. At the core of Nedbank’s offering in the Northern Cape and Free State is a relationship-based model, with a business manager dedicated to your business as the key entry point into the bank. Bosman’s team operates from offices in Kimberley and is ready to assist clients with professional advice, industry-specific solutions and a comprehensive range of financial products and services. In addition, his team is supported by skilled agricultural specialists, who provide specialised advisory services. Bosman says the bank encourages its clients to see money differently with the bigger-picture approach that Business Banking offers. ‘This is an additional benefit of banking with Nedbank Business Banking and means that your business and your personal financial needs are managed in one place. Because business owners and their businesses are very often financially dependent on each other, our client service teams now also offer individual banking solutions to them and their staff, because ‘ … an additional benefit of banking with Nedbank Business Banking and means that your business and your personal financial needs are managed in one place. ’ we already know and understand their needs,’ he says. ‘We believe you need a financial partner with a thorough understanding of your business, and who offers innovative, relevant solutions and support and gives you a banking experience that is hasslefree. As money experts, we are committed to doing good, so you can concentrate on making a success of your business and contributing to building the economy as a whole,’ says Bosman. If you are interested in taking your business to the next level and would like more information about Nedbank’s specialised service offering, please call Heino Bosman on +27 (0)76 011 1400, sendanemailto HeinoB@nedbank.co.za or visit www.nedbank.co.za/business.

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