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Africa Hub – A new business park for entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs who are keen to reposition their favourite brands but have no working space to conduct their businesses are invited to the Africa Hub Roadshows currently underway in Soweto.

Africa Hub is a brainchild of the China Southern Africa Expo and Trade Centre in Joburg and it’s aimed at encouraging entrepreneurs to lease affordable working space to showcase their products or services.

They will be housed in a segmented building with a number of stores that are adequately designed for business purposes.

There are over 200 stores at a site readily available to lease for entrepreneurs and or SMMEs who want to grow their business and establish a new but vast market.

During the roadshow, entrepreneurs, SMMEs, business and craft people are invited to participate in the open sessions with the Africa Hub executives and discuss varying opportunities available to explore.

The roadshow kicked-off on November 22 at the Diepkloof Hall and it will further move to other areas within Soweto.

During the sessions, interested entrepreneurs are afforded a chance to interact with the executives who will give them information about this new and exciting model of doing business.

Entrepreneurs are able to ask questions, get clarity where they don’t understand and even make suggestions on how best the Africa Hub can benefit both parties.

Africa Hub is designed as a ‘business park’ and it encourages partnerships, investment as well as prosperity.

The next session will be held on November 23 at Jabulani UBC at 10am and the second part of the sessions, on the same day, will follow 14hrs at the China Southern Africa Expo and Trade Centre in Crown Mines.

On November 24 and 25 the roadshow will move to Protea Hall and Kliptown Dedication Square respectively both at 10am and everyone is invited to participate.


By Thabo Jobo

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