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Register a company in South Africa

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Top Earning Careers in South Africa

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A list of South Africas top earning careers. From business management, financial services, lawyers and Doctors.

1. Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
R 111 264 per month

2. Management Consultant
R 108 979 per month

3. Managing Director
R 106 608 per month

4. Legal Services Director
R 100 000 per month

5. Development Management
R 96 667 per month

6. Executive Director
R 91 3702 per month

7. Financial Advisor
R 90 000 per month

8. Physician- Anesthesiologist
R 88 528 per month

9. Enterprise Architecture Manager
R 87 500 per month

10. Dentist
R 85 000 per month

Business Registration, The Business Name

When you register a company in South Africa selecting your business name it crucial to the success of your business. There are a few factors to consider during your business registrations and select your business name.

Consider the following when registering a company and deciding on the business name:

  • Grab attention of the audience
  • Don’t give too much information about the business
  • Research a name before you register the company
  • Be unique. If your business name has common words in when customers search for you there will be a large number of results increasing the competition for your business and your chance to stand out
  • Test the name. Ask your consumer’s, friends and anyone really what they think of the name to gain valuable feedback
  •  Don’t be specific. There is a limit between ensuring customers know what the business is about and being too descriptive

TIP: When your business grows if your name is too specific it will limit your product offerings.

 

For convenient and affordable Business Registrations in South Africa visit Phase One

Entrepreneur Events 2013, South Africa

Entrepreneur Events 2013, South Africa

Entrepreneur Events 2013, South Africa

 

Target Opportunities Planning

The Venue, Melrose Arch
26 February 2013

Increasing sales and how to approach ensuring your business comes out on top.

 

E- Mobile and Marketing Converence

Indaba Hotel, William Nicole Drive
27 and 28 February 2013

Online Marketing is the future of marketing and knowing how to utilize this source is imperative to the long term success of your business. the focus will be on increasing sales, expanding your target market and targeted advertising to ensure your message is heard by the intended people.

 

SIRDAR Business summit

Coastlands Umhlamga Hotel and Convention Center, Umhlanga
28 February 2013

Being an effective business owner and solving problems for your business to succeed.

 

The Money Expo

Sandton Convention Center
7, 8 and 9 March 2013

South Africa’s best investment and finance opportunities institutes come together. This expo is dedicated on how to : invest money, make money, save money and managing your money.

 

My Business Expo

Gallagher Convention Center
14 March 2013

Unique strategies and ideas that can be applied when starting a business or growing a business. All the latest trends that will give your business a cutting edge.

 

International Franchise Expo (IFE)

Sandton Convention Center
9, 10 and 11 May 2013

Everything you will need to know about acquiring a franchises and what franchising is all about. New business opportunities as well as well known brands will be present at the IFE.

 

The Entrepreneurs’ Seminar

Sandton Convention Center
28 and 29 May 2013

Fifteen global speakers on the global entrepreneurial revolution and leadership.

 

Markex World of Events 2013

Sandton Convention Center, Cape Town International Convention Center
11, 12 and 13 June 2013 , 13 August 2013

Innovate business strategies that can contribute to improvement of managing skills in a business and improving the company. This Is suitable for all industries and will benefit your business.

 

Business Opportunities & Franchise Expo

Coca-Cola Dome, Johannesburg
12, 13, 14 and 15 September 2013

The Ultimate place for all business owners. BOFE Brings together entrepreneurs, financing, franchises, business opportunities and business support services enabling you to have all required services when starting a business or being a SME to expand your business.

 

For contact details on these events visit Phase One, Events.

Guide to starting a business

“Plans are nothing; planning is everything.” Dwight D. Eisenhower

One of the key factors to a business’s success is the planning behind the business.

 

Set it in stone

One of the first things you should do when starting a business is formalising it in a plan. Although you may know and understand the vision you have for your business it is important to set it in stone. Business plans create a vision for your business and help ensure your objectives are achieved. Establishing a sense of the future for your business will keep you motivated and focused on your business objectives in the long run. It is important to remember creating one business plan throughout the life time of your company will not be sufficient, as the environmental factors change you should update your plan, preferably on an annual basis.

 

Know what you’re up against

All most every industry is made up of hundreds of businesses, knowing who and what they are will give you the competitive edge. Consumers are bombarded with thousands of adverts on a daily basis, to grab their attention you need to be unique. Doing good research into your consumers and competitors will allow you to understand their needs and through satisfying these you will be better than your competitors and fulfil the needs of your clients.

TIP: Compile a list of your top competitors analysing which are the biggest treat to your business in terms of market share and add note of elements you do and don’t like about their businesses to create a guide to what your business should and shouldn’t be doing.

 

Make it official

Now that you have put all your strategies in place the next step would be to register your business. Registering a business is a simple process and will give your business that sense of professionalism to compete against the top dogs in your industry. In South Africa you will register a private company if you are starting a business. Private companies are great if you are just starting out and still trying to expand your business. The laws surrounding them are simple and the registration of them is not going to put a dent in your pocket.

How To: How to register a Private company, simple visit www.phaseone.co.za/project1.html and all the information of costs, the process involved, what is needed to register a company and additional information will be available to you.

 

Any topics you feel you need clarity on or would just like to boost your knowledge let us know and Phase One will ensure your queries are answered.