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Developing Small Enterprise

Tedcor has 12 years experience in supporting the development of small enterprises in its supply chain, a capability which could be of tremendous benefit to corporate clients who wish to maximize their BBBEE (Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment) scorecard.

Tedcor currently manages and mentors over 50 small enterprises who in turn employ up to 700 workers.

The Enterprise Development (ED) component of BBBEE is intended to drive the transfer of skills and investment from large companies to smaller black run companies. The South African Department of Trade and Industry’s (dti) codes of good practice rate a company on monetary investment and support of small to medium - sized businesses as a percentage of net profit after tax.

We offer to corporate clients the capability to manage and mentor small enterprises particularly transport and logistic activities which may be an extension of but not core to your business.

In this way businesses could streamline the procurement of many small businesses while at the same time being guaranteed service quality and ED points.

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Contact Us

Name: Verona Ismail
Position: Acting CEO
E-mail: info@tedcor.co.za
Telephone: +27 11 463 0731

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