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A day to nurture small businesses in ‘The Bay’

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THE Ibhayi Small Business Chamber is hosting a Business Expo aimed at small to medium businesses in Gqeberha on August 19, 2023. The Ibhayi Small Business Chamber  (ISBC) is a group of like-minded business owners with a vision to create sustainable businesses for the sometimes-overlooked SMMEs. The organization is geared to meeting their needs by networking, engaging and collaborating for growth and development and a brighter future.

The Chamber has ensured maximum exposure for the stall holders, bringing together well-known corporates, such as Standard Bank, Haval Motor Dealers, Nissan, The Herald, Kingfisher FM, City Wide and many more.

The Chamber says that it has a great programme planned for the day, including live entertainment, food stalls, a kiddies area with activities to keep kids busy while parents browse the various stalls. Close to 95 stall holders will be exhibiting their services, branding and products and are encouraged to add to the vibe with prizes for the best displays judged by well-known local personalities. Visitors are invited to the African Sky’s Venue in Nassau Avenue, Theesecombe from 9 am to 5 pm to find out what the ISBC can offer.

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