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SAICA Enterprise Development is looking for SMMEs in the energy space

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Are you a black-owned SMME involved in the Energy sector and are you looking to join SAICA Enterprise Development’s (SAICA ED) specialised programme?  This programme is geared toward passionate business owners who are seeking support and growth opportunities for themselves and their businesses through expert industry-related business, financial and personal coaching.

This Energy sector programme was initially launched in 2017 to develop SMMEs through several focused interventions in the areas of business, finance, personal development and leadership, inclusive of industry expert coaching. Over the past five years, the programme has supported over 30 SMMEs in the energy space, empowering them to be sustainability active and operational, with improved systems, networks, skills and in some cases increased turnover, profit and staff compliment.

SAICA ED is currently recruiting more passionate business owners for the 2022 programme. Please see the following requirements:

  • Must have your own business focusing on the energy sector or committed to starting an energy business
  • Black South African according to the B-BBEE codes
  • Can show evidence of commitment to your business
  • Have a registered company
  • No conflict with existing employer and/or studies

“There is no doubt in my mind that a programme such as this will leave your business changed for the better, at one level or another. The business, finance, personal and industry skills obtained will definitely set you up for success,” says Darren Ryder, SAICA ED Customised Project Manager.

SAICA ED is passionate about supporting and assisting SMMEs and ensuring that small businesses remain sustainable even after they have completed the programme.

Should you be interested, or know of someone in the sector who could do with the help, please send a brief bio and CV to


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