We are fortunate to be living at a time when the entrepreneurial ecosystem in South Africa is gaining energy and momentum. Each day, more organisations sign on to provide funding and acceleration programmes. However, even though the number of organisations available to assist is increasing, there remains an information gap because those who have access to and knowledge about the ecosystem are not necessarily the ones who need it the most. Those who need it the most have long self-selected themselves out of the entrepreneurial journey and remain unaware of the wealth of resources out there. To address this , we need to increase the level of information-sharing about resources available to support entrepreneurs . The information needs to be accessible to the person on the street who has great potential but needs support in unleashing it. This is why I am excited that Global Entrepreneurship Week will be held in Johannesburg and Cape Town this week. This year, South Africa is ramping u...

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