Standard Bank in collaboration with the City of Tshwane, launched the Tshwane Idea Validation Bootcamp, which was focused on giving entrepreneurs the opportunity to make their businesses a success through receiving expert training on how to run a business.
One important facet of growing your business is having access to capital at a moment’s notice. A credit card is a valuable and effective tool that helps you to manage your finances and access to funding when you need it.
There is a growing fallacy that consumers do not trust insurance companies. Insurance is often perceived as a grudge purchase and insurers have the unenviable task of convincing many people of the value of protecting their future today, by taking out both long- and short-term insurance.
A lack of access to resources as a result of being away from campus, increased stress and anxiety, and a home environment not conducive to studying were the three biggest challenges faced by university students in 2020 due to COVID-19.
A key theme of the last year has been the accelerated adoption of digital products by consumers. COVID-19 changed the way we interact with each other and digital has redefined how we live work and play.
Imagine being able to spoil yourself or buy the perfect gift for your friends or family, using nothing but your mobile phone. With Standard Bank, there’s no need to imagine, as customers can now purchase vouchers of their choice on the banking app.
With the introduction of level 1 lockdown restrictions, many small businesses will be eyeing a return to some sort of operational normality. But with the world of payments being more digital than ever they will have to explore new options to meet their customers’ evolving needs.
Promoted | Block Markets Africa is supporting an investigation by the South African Reserve Bank into the impact and benefit of blockchain technology on the future of financial markets and their systems.