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  • SEDA Kimberley Branch
    The Small Enterprise Development Agency, SEDA is an agency of the Department for Small Business Development. Seda was established in December 2004 through the National Small Business Amendment Act, Act 29 of 2004.

    It is mandated to implement government’s small business strategy; design and implement a standard and common national delivery network for small enterprise development; and integrate government-funded small enterprise support agencies across all tiers of government.
    Seda’s mission is to develop, support and promote small enterprises throughout the country, ensuring their growth and sustainability in co–ordination and partnership with various role players, including global partners, who make international best practices available to local entrepreneurs

    Seda’s five day entrepreneurial training courses empower small business owners with the necessary skills to enable them to take their businesses to greater heights. Entrepreneurs learn to:

    Market their business effectively;

    Understand the importance of building a reputable business profile as a marketing tool; and

    Maintain financial records and develop their business plans.

    The training courses also cover financial management, customer care, report writing and business writing skills, whilst helping entrepreneurs to identify areas of improvement for their businesses.
    COOPS & CPPP

    VISION
    To be the center of excellence for cooperatives and collectively owned enterprises in South Africa

    MISSION
    To promote entrepreneurship and develop small enterprises by providing customised non-financial business support services that results in business growth and sustainability in collaboration with other role players

    GOALS
    Ensure that cooperatives grow and increase their contribution to sustainable and equitable social and economic development, employment and wealth creation.

    STRATEGIC OBJETIVES:
    Increase the number of cooperatives trading in townships though coordinated efforts with other stakeholders

    Increase the number of cooperatives trading in rural areas through coordinated efforts with other stakeholders

    Increase the number of cooperatives supported through supplier developments development program and through transversal agreements generated through DSBD

    IMPLEMENTATION MODEL:
    Rural Enterprise empowerment Process (REEP): the REEP provides a comprehensive reference point to support implementers and other in addressing complex challenges. It enables the facilitation and development of sustainable enterprises in a way that also leads to effective empowerment of the collectives involved.

    There are three (3) operational phases that a collective enterprise goes through.

    Mobilization

    Enterprise development

    Transfer and Transformation

    Within each phase, a number of activities take place and a number of criteria must be met before progressing to the next phase

    OMOP (One Municipality One Product):

    OMOP is a regional development approach in which a community is encouraged and supported I producing one competitive product and its entire value chain as a business to gain sales revenue and improve the livelihood of the members of the community.

    In this regard the aim is to facilitate the establishment of successful OMOP projects in as many municipalities as possible. At the very minimum each district municipality would have to own its OMOP project.

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