New Business Services

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Woman in Charge: Being part of a white collar environment My wife, Gloria – a member of my Close Corporation, and I have decided to rebirth the various business services in our company. We have been successfully servicing the Business Community in various sectors as Outsourced Business Services Specialists., in Gauteng since 2004 and will now be offering this service,  in Nelspruit  Mpumalanga and the immediate  20 km surrounds based in White River,  as from 1st August 2018 We are Practising Members of the following Organisations and Professional Bodies. New User RegistrationChoose a Username*First Name*Last Name*Address 1City*State*Zip*Country*Day PhoneEmail*Input the code:*Required field CSSA (FCIS), SAIT (Tax Associate), AQL BUSINESS REVIEW, Get Free review Now. IIB, SAIPA, SARS TAX PRACTITIONER, CIPC PRACTITIONER, CIBM (FCIBM), New Business Services We can carry out the services on your premises or ours, depending on your requirements. Many times our clients prefer to use our premises for example when we run their payroll monthly as the confidentiality increases substantially. The list of services is shown below and should you have any queries please contact us so we can give you a call to make an appointment. Many times we can finalize on the telephone. Many of our (more…)

Xtreme Business Club – SPECIAL OFFER

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Xtreme Business Club – SPECIAL OFFER Grow and Develop Your Profitable sales by up to 179% in a single year! “How to EXPLODE Your Sales and Profits, Get Customers by The Bucketful, And Keep Them Coming Back for More” At last! A Simple Step by Step Sales and Marketing Program. That Anyone Can Apply to Their Business – No Matter What Your Experience. No Matter What Product or Service You Sell, And No Matter How Fierce the Competition Is… The Xtreme Business Program© is the first program of its kind that acts as your personal mentor. And, fast track You, in Your business to reach your goals and aspirations. You, yes, You can do it when you follow this “paint-by-numbers” Program…  Testimonials Join our lifetime Xtreme Business Club and get 3 Free Business manuals and multiple e-books on how to grow Your business for a once off payment. Once received we register you and we start sending you our input sheets.  For the first 100  Customers only. SPECIAL OFFER ENDS 30TH JUNE 2018.  Hurry Buy the $450/R6000 once off Lifetime Membership.  In addition get 10 Free Business Diagnostics,  3 Xtreme Business Program Manuals and Workbooks Plus a host of free e-books to help you with  growing Your Business (more…)

Daily Post

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Daily Post article and a motivation post comes from 40 billion daily. I’m not sure if any of you have a subscription to this service. If not this is for you. SAY OF THE DAY “The most important thing is to enjoy your life – to be happy – it’s all that matters.” – Audrey Hepburn More to our Daily Post 4 More Ways to Create a Brand That Customers Remember.   It takes only 3 to 5 seconds to form a first impression. If your business doesn’t capture attention at first glance, not only are you missing out on brand recognition but on sales too. If you haven’t felt your brand is quite at the level you envisioned, use these tips to step it up. From messaging strategy to visual content creation, here are 4 ways to make sure you’re delivering consistent, on-brand content. 1. Build your brand message around your “why?” People want to feel like their purchase matters. When they connect with a brand, they tend to connect more to a particular attribute or promise that made them feel good. Focus your brand communication around the “why.” For instance, which sounds more purpose driven? a) Our office (more…)

Thoughts of the Day

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Thoughts of the day   An Offer from Anne Rolfe: Mentoring Works – Mentoring News 6 Ways to Mentor Your Team for Productivity Would your team answer “yes” to these questions? If not, start mentoring them so they do. We have a clear and compelling purpose. There is a reason to work together. We have a common goal, whether it is the solution to a particular problem, a challenge to be overcome or a contribution we make. Our mission inspires and appeals to our individual values. We know what success looks like. There are specific things that are measured to show how how we are tracking. Outcomes are defined and measured and we can see the results, daily, weekly or at least monthly. We know what’s expected of us. Each of us knows our role. We are clear about what to do and why it’s important. Procedures are important, but we understand it’s about the outcomes rather than the process, so we can take the initiative to solve a problem or get the result. Standards of performance are clear so we can see whether we are meeting them or not. We get individual guidance. Praise and recognition for a job well (more…)

Drone fever attacks South Africans

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Drone fever attacks South Africans By Lauren Kate Rawlins.  IT Web Digital and Innovative Editor. Remotely-piloted aircraft systems, or drones, have steadily increased in popularity in South Africa since regulation was passed in 2015. While once considered an expensive hobbyist pursuit, the industrial applications for these flying machines are now being firmly established, with government also spotting the advantages of putting drones to work. Drone fever attacks South Africans Drones are categorised as aircraft worldwide and are therefore integrated into the existing manned aviation sector and civil airspace. Until July 2015, there were no laws in place in SA, which meant the flying of any unmanned aircraft was illegal. New, stringent regulations were set up in response to the growing demand to regulate the sector so SA could take full advantage of the emerging technology. These rules covered where the drones can fly and how far away they are allowed to be from the operator. All drone users need to follow these rules, yet only pilots using the drones for commercial use need to apply for a licence. There are hefty fines for failure to abide by the rules, including a 10-year prison sentence or a fine of R50 000, or (more…)