Small Business Funding in
Cape Town

Small business in Cape Town

The City of Cape Town, in partnership with the private sector, has put in place a programme to formalise informal businesses.

Mayoral Committee Member for Economic Affairs, Alderman James Vos says the programme is a clear indication of what can be achieved when society works together as a whole.

The work of the City of Cape Town’s Enterprise and Investment Department includes linking small businesses to investors and support programmes. as well as advising on market needs.

The city has been working with Pick n Pay as part of its retailer’s spaza shops conversion initiative.

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Cape town business facts:

Cape Town 2nd richest city in South Africa in terms of gross domestic product (GDP) per capita and contributes 10% towards South Africa’s GDP

Due to Cape Town’s location to West African oilfields and oil rig serving at Cape Town and Saldanha, Oil and Gas is a key sector.

Greater Cape Town has a dominant financial services and business services sectors with asset management being a large sub-sector. 22.5% of services exported from South Africa are from the WC.

In BPO, SA has won National Outsourcing Association (UK) Offshoring Destination of the Year 2012; European Outsourcing Association Offshoring Destination of the Year 2013.

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Our funding programs include:

Small Business Funding

Bank Only EFT

Working Capital

Soft Credit Pulls

Flex Funding

Bridge Funding

Fixed Funding

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