eThekwini Municipality empowers small businesses

IN a bid to increase better products and faster service delivery to customers, eThekwini Municipality has started empowerment workshops to educate small businesses on how to access the benefits of bulk buying using technology.

The City has introduced an application called Spazapp, which has been hailed as a money saver by local business owners.

Spazapp is a free Android app that gives traders the ability to order directly from big brands and suppliers. This faster model of technology is a convenient and efficient way of performing business transactions.

The workshops started this week. The municipality is inviting interested businesses to participate in these workshops:

16 February – Magaba Hall (Hammarsdale), 9am to 3pm.

21 February – Clermont Hall, 9am to 3pm.

23 February – Hillcrest Library, 9am to 3pm.

27 February – Wiggins Community Hall, 9am to 3pm.

Contact Nomonde Mlolongo on 031 3116 287 or email: nomonde.mlolongo@durban.gov.za

  AUTHOR
Sanelisiwe Tsinde
Journalist/Photographer

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