The W&R SETA is inviting the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber Members and Non Members to a Morning Information Session.
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When it comes to water leaks, residents are often unclear about whose responsibility it is to fix leaks. This handy guide will help you to take the right course of action.
The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber has kicked off its annual Pro Bono programme with 50 local Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) who will receive free tutelage support from established member companies.
Ten (10) Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) drawn from the Eastern Cape Province recently completed and graduated on the Eastern Cape Exporters Development Programme (EDP) which is aimed at empowering local businesses with the necessary skills and knowledge to be able to penetrate the export market.
It is totally unacceptable that Council members are holding this city to ransom by not approving the 2019/2020 Budget for the city.
Small business owners or managers have until 18 June 2019 to apply for the sixth phase of the 2019/2020 annual Enterprise Development Programme which is hosted by the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber and the Eastern Cape Development Corporation.
The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber has welcomed Eastern Cape Premier Oscar Mabuyane’s announcement regarding his commitment to support Nelson Mandela Bay to become an international tourism destination, including fast-tracking catalytic projects such as the multi-billion rand Mthombo Oil refinery.
- GAIN MORE KNOWLEDGE ON W&R SETA
- WHAT TO DO ABOUT WATER LEAKS
- BAY BUSINESSES TO BENEFIT FROM CHAMBER'S SME PRO BONO PROGRAMME
- EC SMEs COMPLETE AN EXPORTERS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
- COUNCIL BICKERING HOLDS CITY TO RANSOM
- APPLICATIONS FOR SIXTH PHASE OF ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME NOW OPEN
- Business Chamber welcomes Mabuyane’s announcement on Project Mthombo