In the Media. WEF. Tech Entrepreneurs, Funding and Finance

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2017-05-05 16:47:07        SAFM

Related to: Darlene Menzies     FinFind CEO Darlene Menzies is giving analysis about their App and how it resolve issues for entrepreneur who need funding.

[WATCH] Entrepreneur looking for funding?

For many entrepreneurs, a critical challenge is finding the right type of funding to springboard their business.

While many entrepreneurs are aware of the need for funding, they are not necessarily aware of the specific types of funding they require.

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Where do you start looking for finance?

You’ve got your own business or are wanting to start a business and need to raise finance but are unsure of what funding options are available and what is needed to qualify for them. This is the situation that thousands of entrepreneurs across South Africa find themselves in.

“Access to business finance is a major challenge for entrepreneurs,” says Darlene Menzies, CEO of Finfind. “The high rate of rejected loans applications and the lack of knowledge about the available offerings are just two of many issues they face.

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Africa: World Economic Forum Selects Africa’s Breakthrough Female Tech Entrepreneurs of 2017

Durban, South Africa — · The World Economic Forum’s second annual search for Africa’s best women technology entrepreneurs discovers a wealth of female entrepreneurial talent in the region

Six have been selected to participate at the World Economic Forum on Africa 2017 to join discussions on how to prepare the region for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

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South Africa 2017 – Press Conference: Africa’s Breakthrough Female Technology Entrepreneurs

Meet the winners of the World Economic Forum’s Top Women Innovators Award

– Oluwayimika Angel Adelaja, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Fresh Direct Produce and Agro-Allied Services, Nigeria

– Darlene Menzies, Chief Executive Officer, Finfind, South Africa

– Aisha Pandor, Chief Executive Officer, SweepSouth, South Africa

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Africa: World Economic Forum Selects Africa’s Breakthrough Female Tech Entrepreneurs of 2017

Durban, South Africa — · The World Economic Forum’s second annual search for Africa’s best women technology entrepreneurs discovers a wealth of female entrepreneurial talent in the region

Six have been selected to participate at the World Economic Forum on Africa 2017 to join discussions on how to prepare the region for the Fourth Industrial Revolution

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Business finance – where do you start?

You’ve got your own business or are wanting to start a business and need to raise finance but are unsure of what funding options are available and what is needed to qualify for them. This is the situation that thousands of entrepreneurs across South Africa find themselves in.

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World Economic Forum on Africa

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DURBAN IS A GOOD PLACE FOR STARTUPS’

2017-05-06 08:12:50        SATURDAY ARGUS

… and bring the gold back to Durban,” said Menzies on the sidelines of the conference yesterday. She started her online business FinFind in 2015, which she described as the “Tinder of SMEs”, and which matches lenders to SMEs and start-up businesses. “I have…

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