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Head of FNB Innovation Yolande Steyn.
Head of FNB Innovation Yolande Steyn.

Johannesburg - Being innovative and staying resilient through tough economic times should be a key focus for all entrepreneurs and business owners, says head of FNB innovation Yolande Steyn.

It is estimated that around 80% of start-ups in South Africa fail in the first year. Yet, small businesses are seen as a catalyst for the growth and development of the South African economy especially by creating employment opportunities. 

Hence, the importance to support these businesses cannot be understated.

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