Join the #AbsaSmallBizFriday movement and help small businesses grow, employ more, reduce unemployment and nurture the country’s entrepreneurial spirit.

The Small Business Friday Movement, sponsored by Absa, encourages all South Africans to go out there and support local small businesses. It's a 365 day drive that peaks on the first Friday of Spring every year.

Now is the time to celebrate and recognise the importance of the small business community, now more than ever.

Join the #AbsaSmallBizFriday Movement
How does it work?

Every Friday we take to social media to educate, inspire, remind and motivate South Africa to take action and support small business in their local communities.

Whether you have a business, your family or friends own a business or if you just love supporting local, we need your voice to spread the word and your commitment to shop at small businesses to make a meaningful change in countless lives.

The power of small business and the road to success

In this live Q&A, Mike Anderson (NSBC Founder & CEO) & Kgalaletso Tlhoaele (Absa - Head: Enterprise Development, Relationship Banking) explore the power of small business, take a look at #AbsaSmallBizFriday and how your business can benefit from this national movement.

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WEBINAR REPLAY
#AbsaSmallBizFriday: The spirit of an entrepreneur & the road to success

Join us for the biggest small business day of the year! Mike Anderson (NSBC Founder & CEO) chats to Kgalaletso Tlhoaele (Head: Enterprise Development, Relationship Banking at Absa) and small business owners, Velly Bosega (Startwise) and Zakhele Mgobhozi (Modern Centric Holdings) about what it takes to run your own business and the greatest lessons they have learned on the road to success.

How #AbsaSmallBizFriday can help your business get ahead

In this live Q&A, you will discover more about this incredible nation-building initiative, get tips and insights from a successful small business owner, and learn how to maximise this opportunity to grow your business.

Featuring Mike Anderson (NSBC Founder & CEO), Mapholo Ratau (Ledikana Managing Director), Christine Wu (Absa Managing Executive: RBB Customer Value Management) and Mr. Ronnie Mbatsane (Absa Managing Executive Gauteng & Limpopo).

Reignite the entrepreneurial spirit in the youth of South Africa

In this #AbsaSmallBizFriday live Q&A, Mike Anderson (NSBC Founder & CEO), Nompumelelo Mkhwanazi (The Success of Business Solutions - Founder & Managing Director) and Anastasia Goodman (Absa Consultant - Enterprise and Supplier Development) discuss ways to inspire and mobilise the youth of South Africa to start and grow their own businesses and share a variety of initiatives that can help foster this entrepreneurial spirit.

SMALL BUSINESS IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Leading up to Absa Small Business Friday we will be featuring a small business, reveal their struggles and passion and find out why they believe South Africa should rally behind small business.
SMALL BUSINESS IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Leading up to Absa Small Business Friday we will be featuring a small business, reveal their struggles and passion and find out why they believe South Africa should rally behind small business.