Funding fair to create jobs

2019-06-27 06:00
David Maynier

David Maynier

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Creation of opportunities for growth and jobs is a top priority for the Western Cape Government. This was revealed by David Maynier, provincial minister of Finance and Economic Opportunities, at the opening of the funding fair on Friday 14 June. The fair was co-hosted by the Department of Economic Development and Tourism and Deloitte Western Cape.

In a statement from his department, Maynier revealed more than 1000 people with an interest in entrepreneurship attended the event.“This fifth Western Cape Funding Fair aimed to support and promote entrepreneurship and small business, by providing a platform for entrepreneurs who want to learn more about how to turn ideas into bankable plans which can attract funding; and by providing a platform to facilitate engagement between entrepreneurs who require funding and enterprises who extend funding,” the statement read. According to the statement, Maynier thanked partners and the private sector who have stepped up to work with government to achieve these goals in the Western Cape.“We need more entrepreneurs, because you are the innovators, you are the creators and you are the employers, with the capacity to begin to give independence, to give dignity, to give freedom and to give hope to people, especially young people, who do not have jobs, or who have given up looking for jobs, in the Western Cape,” he said. He told the entrepreneurs they hope the Western Cape Funding Fair provides them with the opportunity or the inspiration to start a new small business or even to expand an existing small business, in the Western Cape region.

Creation of opportunities for growth and jobs is a top priority for the Western Cape Government.

This was revealed by David Maynier, provincial minister of Finance and Economic Opportunities, at the opening of the funding fair on Friday 14 June.

The fair was co-hosted by the Department of Economic Development and Tourism and Deloitte Western Cape.Well attended event

In a statement from his department, Maynier revealed more than 1000 people with an interest in entrepreneurship attended the event.

“This fifth Western Cape Funding Fair aimed to support and promote entrepreneurship and small business, by providing a platform for entrepreneurs who want to learn more about how to turn ideas into bankable plans which can attract funding; and by providing a platform to facilitate engagement between entrepreneurs who require funding and enterprises who extend funding,” the statement read.

According to the statement, Maynier thanked partners and the private sector who have stepped up to work with government to achieve these goals in the Western Cape.“We need more entrepreneurs, because you are the innovators, you are the creators and you are the employers, with the capacity to begin to give independence, to give dignity, to give freedom and to give hope to people, especially young people, who do not have jobs, or who have given up looking for jobs, in the Western Cape,” he said.

Maynier told the entrepreneurs they hope the Western Cape Funding Fair provides them with the opportunity or the inspiration to start a new small business or even to expand an existing small business, in the Western Cape region.

Creation of opportunities for growth and jobs is a top priority for the Western Cape Government. This was revealed by David Maynier, provincial minister of Finance and Economic Opportunities, at the opening of the funding fair on Friday 14 June. The fair was co-hosted by the Department of Economic Development and Tourism and Deloitte Western Cape.

In a statement from his department, Maynier revealed more than 1000 people with an interest in entrepreneurship attended the event.

“This fifth Western Cape Funding Fair aimed to support and promote entrepreneurship and small business, by providing a platform for entrepreneurs who want to learn more about how to turn ideas into bankable plans which can attract funding; and by providing a platform to facilitate engagement between entrepreneurs who require funding and enterprises who extend funding,” the statement read.

According to the statement, Maynier thanked partners and the private sector who have stepped up to work with government to achieve these goals in the Western Cape.

“We need more entrepreneurs, because you are the innovators, you are the creators and you are the employers, with the capacity to begin to give independence, to give dignity, to give freedom and to give hope to people, especially young people, who do not have jobs, or who have given up looking for jobs, in the Western Cape,” he said. He told the entrepreneurs they hope the Western Cape Funding Fair provides them with the opportunity or the inspiration to start a new small business or even to expand an existing small business, in the Western Cape region.

Creation of opportunities for growth and jobs is a top priority for the Western Cape Government. This was revealed by David Maynier, provincial minister of Finance and Economic Opportunities, at the opening of the funding fair on Friday 14 June. The fair was co-hosted by the Department of Economic Development and Tourism and Deloitte Western Cape.

In a statement from his department, Maynier revealed more than 1000 people with an interest in entrepreneurship attended the event.“This fifth Western Cape Funding Fair aimed to support and promote entrepreneurship and small business, by providing a platform for entrepreneurs who want to learn more about how to turn ideas into bankable plans which can attract funding; and by providing a platform to facilitate engagement between entrepreneurs who require funding and enterprises who extend funding,” the statement read.

According to the statement, Maynier thanked partners and the private sector who have stepped up to work with government to achieve these goals in the Western Cape.“We need more entrepreneurs, because you are the innovators, you are the creators and you are the employers, with the capacity to begin to give independence, to give dignity, to give freedom and to give hope to people, especially young people, who do not have jobs, or who have given up looking for jobs, in the Western Cape,” he said.

He told the entrepreneurs they hope the Western Cape Funding Fair provides them with the opportunity or the inspiration to start a new small business or even to expand an existing small business, in the Western Cape region.

Creation of opportunities for growth and jobs is a top priority for the Western Cape Government. This was revealed by David Maynier, provincial minister of Finance and Economic Opportunities, at the opening of the funding fair on Friday 14 June. The fair was co-hosted by the Department of Economic Development and Tourism and Deloitte Western Cape.

In a statement from his department, Maynier revealed more than 1000 people with an interest in entrepreneurship attended the event.

“This fifth Western Cape Funding Fair aimed to support and promote entrepreneurship and small business, by providing a platform for entrepreneurs who want to learn more about how to turn ideas into bankable plans which can attract funding; and by providing a platform to facilitate engagement between entrepreneurs who require funding and enterprises who extend funding,” the statement read.

According to the statement, Maynier thanked partners and the private sector who have stepped up to work with government to achieve these goals in the Western Cape.

“We need more entrepreneurs, because you are the innovators, you are the creators and you are the employers, with the capacity to begin to give independence, to give dignity, to give freedom and to give hope to people, especially young people, who do not have jobs, or who have given up looking for jobs, in the Western Cape,” he said. He told the entrepreneurs they hope the Western Cape Funding Fair provides them with the opportunity or the inspiration to start a new small business or even to expand an existing small business, in the Western Cape region.

Creation of opportunities for growth and jobs is a top priority for the Western Cape Government. This was revealed by David Maynier, provincial minister of Finance and Economic Opportunities, at the opening of the funding fair on Friday 14 June. The fair was co-hosted by the Department of Economic Development and Tourism and Deloitte Western Cape.

In a statement from his department, Maynier revealed more than 1000 people with an interest in entrepreneurship attended the event.“This fifth Western Cape Funding Fair aimed to support and promote entrepreneurship and small business, by providing a platform for entrepreneurs who want to learn more about how to turn ideas into bankable plans which can attract funding; and by providing a platform to facilitate engagement between entrepreneurs who require funding and enterprises who extend funding,” the statement read.

According to the statement, Maynier thanked partners and the private sector who have stepped up to work with government to achieve these goals in the Western Cape.“We need more entrepreneurs, because you are the innovators, you are the creators and you are the employers, with the capacity to begin to give independence, to give dignity, to give freedom and to give hope to people, especially young people, who do not have jobs, or who have given up looking for jobs, in the Western Cape,” he said. He told the entrepreneurs they hope the Western Cape Funding Fair provides them with the opportunity or the inspiration to start a new small business or even to expand an existing small business, in the Western Cape region.

Creation of opportunities for growth and jobs is a top priority for the Western Cape Government.

This was revealed by David Maynier, provincial minister of Finance and Economic Opportunities, at the opening of the funding fair on Friday 14 June. The fair was co-hosted by the Department of Economic Development and Tourism and Deloitte Western Cape.

“This fifth Western Cape Funding Fair aimed to support and promote entrepreneurship and small business, by providing a platform for entrepreneurs who want to learn more about how to turn ideas into bankable plans which can attract funding; and by providing a platform to facilitate engagement between entrepreneurs who require funding and enterprises who extend funding,” the statement read.

According to the statement, Maynier thanked partners and the private sector who have stepped up to work with government to achieve these goals in the Western Cape.

Creation of opportunities for growth and jobs is a top priority for the Western Cape Government. This was revealed by David Maynier, provincial minister of Finance and Economic Opportunities, at the opening of the funding fair on Friday 14 June.

The fair was co-hosted by the Department of Economic Development and Tourism and Deloitte Western Cape.

In a statement from his department, Maynier revealed more than 1000 people with an interest in entrepreneurship attended the event.

“This fifth Western Cape Funding Fair aimed to support and promote entrepreneurship and small business, by providing a platform for entrepreneurs who want to learn more about how to turn ideas into bankable plans which can attract funding; and by providing a platform to facilitate engagement between entrepreneurs who require funding and enterprises who extend funding,” the statement read.

According to the statement, Maynier thanked partners and the private sector who have stepped up to work with government to achieve these goals in the Western Cape.“We need more entrepreneurs, because you are the innovators, you are the creators and you are the employers, with the capacity to begin to give independence, to give dignity, to give freedom and to give hope to people, especially young people, who do not have jobs, or who have given up looking for jobs, in the Western Cape,” he said.

He told the entrepreneurs they hope the Western Cape Funding Fair provides them with the opportunity or the inspiration to start a new small business or even to expand an existing small business, in the Western Cape region.

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