Help your SME clients!

Speeding up SME-friendly reform

“….. if it does not happen, the breaking news at the end of this year will be that we are nearer to being a failed state – in our own eyes and in the eyes of the rest of the world.” (Clem Sunter in his article “What does 2015 have in store?” – read it on Leader.co.za

As Clem Sunter points out, in 2015 South Africa is at an economic crossroads.  We need to “open the floodgates of entrepreneurship in this country”, and government has to become the champion of small business.

SurveyWBHelp your SME clients drive this process by encouraging them to spend just 20 minutes taking part in SAICA’s 2015 SME Survey here.  If you are a small practice, please take part also – SAICA will take the results to government and their 2014 survey has already produced SME-friendly reform in several key areas.

DotNews subscribers

As a free service to you, to your SME clients, and to the South African economy as a whole, DotNews will send out details of the Survey and its benefits to everyone on your mailing list, encouraging them to participate.  This will be in the form of a special transmission to CA(SA)DotNews recipients tomorrow, and as a special article in the April issue of LawDotNews.

Help South Africa prosper by telling Government how it can – and must – help SMEs!

Jack Crook
Jack Crook
Managing Director & LawDotNews Author at DotNews
Jack’s legal qualifications (LLB Lond and LLB Rhod) are supplemented by many years of practical experience in law, in marketing his own firm, and in helping small and medium sized law and accountancy firms to prosper by using simple, low-cost, effective marketing strategies.

Jack’s legal qualifications (LLB Lond and LLB Rhod) are supplemented by many years of practical experience in law, in marketing his own firm, and in helping small and medium sized law and accountancy firms to prosper by using simple, low-cost, effective marketing strategies.

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