Southern Africa Representative
He is the Director of GLS-19 a security company based in Germiston, South Africa.
A few years back something like A.Y.E would have been dismissed by venture capitalists as a mere “feature,” not a stand-alone product — let alone a profitable business. “But it turns out people will pay for features,” George Coetzee of A.Y.E, explains which fosters entrepreneurship. “The tools required running a company, and how expensive it is to market it, have all declined so dramatically in the last decade that there is a real hope for people who declare themselves one-man organizations to stay this way.”
It’s a sentiment felt by a growing number of solo entrepreneurs. The notion that companies must solicit investments and keep expanding in order to survive isn’t always the goal anymore, especially during tough economic times. Web-based tools have helped level the playing field by lowering overhead costs so that a one-man operation can compete against million dollar corporations and thrive.
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