The Small Business Enrichment Programme (SBEP) aims to help small business owners within the Greater Soweto area make the transition to the next level of business. Each year, the successful applicants – who must have been in business for a minimum of two years – are placed in a 12-week business skills programme designed and delivered in partnership with the Centre for Small Business Development at the University of Johannesburg, Soweto Campus. The Thebe Foundation funds 90% of the costs, requiring the entrepreneurs to make a co-payment of 10%, to ensure commitment to the programme which is certified by the University of Johannesburg. Follow-up assessments are conducted 6 months post-attendance to check progress and application of skills acquired. The Thebe Foundation also offers mentorship by Thebe executives and access to markets within Thebe as part of its procurement initiative to support small, emerging businesses.
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