The Big Small Business Show - ESG funding opportunities
Big Small Business Show
by Business Day TV
8M ago
An unusual and stimulating conversation with a 10-year-old markets & shares expert, funding opportunities if you follow ESG principles and training tips on how to assist your children to become financially savvy ..read more
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The Big Small Business Show - Features & benefits on FMCG product packaging
Big Small Business Show
by Business Day TV
8M ago
What's the difference between features and benefits displayed on the packaging of your FMCG product? And should you be straightforward or imply something so that the customers can complete the journey themselves? Ryan “chef” Lurie from Namyajapan unpacks ..read more
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The Big Small Business Show - Identifying windows of opportunity
Big Small Business Show
by Business Day TV
8M ago
When you want to grow, there are windows of opportunity in your market. If you miss them, you may find yourself in a commoditised environment and then it’s too late. But you may have to change your current role in the company to find & utilise these windows. Desiree Gopal from DG Lab Services steps into conversation with Allon Raiz ..read more
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The Big Small Business Show - Positioning a FMCG product
Big Small Business Show
by Business Day TV
8M ago
What do you have to keep in mind when you position your FMCG brand? There are general and specific products /categories and not only do you have to choose, you need to keep your competitors in mind at all times. Ryan “chef” Lurie from Namyajapan unpacks ..read more
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The Big Small Business Show - Pricing your FMCG product
Big Small Business Show
by Business Day TV
8M ago
You’ve built you brand and now you need to focus on your pricing strategy. Are you going for low quality and low price to distribute to a mass consumer group, or go the opposite way to high quality and high price. Ryan “chef” Lurie from Namyajapan unpacks the strategies of economy, penetration, skimming and premium ..read more
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The Big Small Business Show - Routes to market for FMCG products
Big Small Business Show
by Business Day TV
8M ago
Routes to market for FMCG products - look at the size of the market first, what are the main brands in that market, can competitors come in with cheaper products, what are the barriers to entry? Then you decide on the route to market. Ryan “chef” Lurie from Namyajapan, unpacks ..read more
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The Big Small Business Show - Scaling your business
Big Small Business Show
by Business Day TV
8M ago
In our Training Academy slot, Allon Raiz gives pointers around scaling, starting with the fact that investors look at your board and EXCO. What is the structure of your team? What is the rhythm of the team? How do you as CEO/MD manage your team? These are all questions to keep in mind if you have scaling plans ..read more
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The Big Small Business Show - Strategies to sell to the international market
Big Small Business Show
by Business Day TV
8M ago
Sometimes your product is just not totally suitable for local consumption and you need to devise a strategy to sell internationally. If you really want to sell locally, your prices would need to reflect “exclusivity”. Siyanda Mhlahlo, Co-founder of Pex Lifestyle, steps into conversation with Allon Raiz ..read more
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The Big Small Business Show - Advantages of overdrafts
Big Small Business Show
by Business Day TV
8M ago
If you give your clients what they want, you have a great product and you’ll sell without trouble. But then why is an overdraft recommended when things are actually going well? Sashen Moodley from iMita Building Solutions steps into conversation with Allon Raiz, CEO: Raizcorp ..read more
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The Big Small Business Show - Husband-wife teams
Big Small Business Show
by Business Day TV
8M ago
In our Entrepreneurial Academy slot, Allon Raiz discusses husband-wife teams. It’s recommended that define their roles and that the person in charge has veto rights in this role. Also, discussions in the car are not meetings - a weekly meeting with an agenda is recommended ..read more
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