Get into the EO Accelerator Programme NOW!

Do you want to accelerate your business to the next level? MyStartUp and Entrepreneurs Organization (EO) is giving one deserving South African entrepreneur a last minute FREE entry into the EO Accelerator Program worth R22,500.

The EO Accelerator program is part of the EO global network and is designed for early-stage entrepreneurs who are driven to seek out the resources necessary to reach the R10 million turnover level. This innovative program is run in 30 regions globally and will help you develop and enhance your skills in: Strategy, Finance, People, Sales and Marketing.

As an Accelerator participant, you will be connected with leading entrepreneurs to discover their best practices and engage in an experience-sharing environment. In addition, you will be invited to key EO events, placed in an accountability group and receive mentorship from an EO member.

To qualify as an Accelerator participant, you must be an owner or co-founder of an operating business with turnover between R1 million and R10 million per annum.

Click here more information and to fill out the application form here.

This offer closes at 08h00, Monday 13 July 2015. For any enquiries email info@mystartupsa.com

Don’t let this opportunity pass you by. Good luck!

About Andile Khumalo

Andile, a Chartered Accountant, is the Chief Investment Officer at MSG Afrika, a media and communications group he co-owns with business partner, Given Mkhari. He is also the Managing Director of the Gauteng's newest Talk Radio station, POWER 98.7. The group has operations in radio, outdoor advertising, TV production, corporate communications and print. Some of its well-known subsidiaries include radio stations Capricorn FM in Limpopo and Power FM in Gauteng, PR agency, The Communications Firm, television production firm, Quizzical Pictures, ad agency MetropolitanRepublic, and out-of-home powerhouse, Continental Outdoor Media. MSG Afrika was recently awarded commercial radio broadcasting licenses in the Free State and the Eastern Cape provinces. The radio stations go live in 2015
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