Call for entries: free entrepreneurial training

2015-07-30 06:00

If you are hungry for change or wish to fast-track your entrepreneurial journey then the Engen Pitch andamp; Polish is just the programme to attend and learn to polish your pitch.

Registration for the programme is officially open and they are looking forward to discover the nation’s most promising local entrepreneurs.

It is presented in partnership with Engen Petroleum Ltd, business incubator Raizcorp, media partner SAfm, as well as local stakeholders, Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber, NYDA and The Hope Factory and local media partner, Bay FM.

Engen Pitch andamp; Polish want entrepreneurs to have the ability to access funding through the ability to share their business or business idea effectively. Plus you stand a chance to win prizes and money!

During the vibrant and dynamic learning experience, both delegates and competitors will have the chance to finesse their pitch and improve their business offering. This annual event, now in its sixth year, has impacted thousands and continues to reach and teach eager entrepreneurs.

The free of charge one-day entrepreneurial event is created for persons who do the following:

•Think deeper about how your business is going to grow

•Think smarter

•Try to find gaps in your market

•Have your pitch perfected

If you are the entrepreneur waiting to be discovered then register now to attend or compete at the free Port Elizabeth event happening on Saturday, August 15th.


Sms PITCH to 45901 (charged at R1.50 per sms) or register online at

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