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Minister David Maynier

Minister David Maynier

“The Western Cape Government is working with local businesses like Silulo Ulutho Technologies, Thokozani Wines and Phoenix Marine. 

We’re helping businesses and exporters with our Ease of Doing Business Unit, Digital Economy Unit and initiatives like Wesgro’s export advancement programme.

We’re supporting them, because their business is ours, too.

If your business needs any assistance from unblocking bottlenecks to support on your expansion journey, the resources below represent a good place to start.

We are ready to assist you because your business, is our business.”

– David Maynier, Minister of Finance and Economic Opportunities

 

Starting your own small business or need help growing your business?

 

The Department of Economic Development and Tourism has developed a quick-read guideline to help explain the basics of starting your own business.

Read the Starting your Business guide here >> 

Our Investment Readiness Programme provides advice on how to get funding for your business, including a helpful guide to the funding ecosystem.

Read the Hitchhikers Guide to Funding Readiness here >>

The Minister of Finance and Economic Opportunities, David Maynier and the HOD for the Department of Economic Development and Tourism, Solly Fourie, spoke to Wayne McKay at Bush Radio about how the Western Cape government is supporting entrepreneurship and small business growth in the Western Cape. They shared information about the resources and tools available to assist those interested in starting a business, how to find funding for a business idea, or find support and advice on growing your business. Listen to the interview. 

 

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The content on this page was last updated on 20 February 2020