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Five key services every SME can afford to outsource

Here are five ways that MiWay Business Insurance goes out of its way to enable SMEs to live their way through MiBusinessAssist, their business support services.

Why would a florist need insurance for their flower shop?

Just as your flower orders and purchases have unique arrangements to suit your customers; so do you, as a professional florist, have specialised business insurance needs that differ from other small businesses.

Get Your Guest House ‘Gram-Ready!

After years of listening to envious friends and family saying that your house is picture perfect and has a stunning location that should be earning you an income, you have decided to heed their advice and are ready to tackle the world of guesthouses and Airbnb by advertising your home on the Internet. But, where do you start?

4 Ways To Get Your Team Amped For The Year

It sounds counter-intuitive, but it takes hard work to keep a team motivated enough to … work hard. This January, while everybody is setting up their strategies for the year, why not include “team motivation” in your plan? Here are 4 ideas to get you started on the road to making your team excited about coming to work (yes, even on Mondays)!

6 Wow DIY Gifts

Here are 5 quick and easy do-it-yourself gifts that you and your family can make together.

Preparing Your Business For The Silly Season

Here’s how to prepare your business for the “silly” season and make it as profitable as possible.

The Mistakes That Logistics Operators Are Making On The Road

‘Moving the country forward’ has been the Department of Transport’s theme this year, and a very appropriate one at that. Trucks and other modes of transport are an essential part of South Africa’s economy.

Make Working From Home 'Work' For You

If you feel like you’re struggling with your work / life balance, working from home may be something you’d like to consider…

5 Steps To Turn Your Great Idea Into A Business

Do you have a business idea that you are sure will change the world for the better?

A Quick Guide to Transporting Goods Safely

Goods in transit refers to merchandise and other types of inventory that have left the “shipping dock” (or premises) of the seller, but not yet reached the “receiving dock” (or premises) of the buyer. If you are in the panel beating industry, for example, this would refer to the parts or equipment that you order from suppliers.

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