Epic Solutions

Our Services

Business Training

The training that we provide is a simulation based business skills development tool masquerading as a game that simulates real market conditions and business scenarios in the training room.
We are using a Business training course called “BEST” which stands for “Business Expenses Savings Training” which was developed by the South African Institute of Entrepreneurship (SAIE).

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Mentoring

The aims of our Business Sustainability Programme (BSP) are:
To assist entrepreneurs and graduates from our Business Training through the first year of running their business
To provide practical examples that can assist entrepreneurs to unlock challenges and implement sustainable solutions
The programme is for graduates of the training who desire to continue with the business that they started during the training or to begin a different one.

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Deployment

In order to increase our reach and impact, we have developed a model and process that enables us to train trainers
We have strict selection criteria and terms for partnership and so we seek to partner with like-minded individuals or organisations who are willing to comply with all aspects of our programme, content and values

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Epic Business Academy

NEWS FLASH!! Our Business Academy another “Business Foundations Training Course” in Cape Town starting on 3rd July 2017, for anyone who plans to start a new business or who already has started but feels they do not have all of the foundational business skills needed to manage and grow their business. Click below to lean more…

Our Business Academy aims to equip entrepreneurs to plan, launch, grow and sustain businesses that will have a transforming impact on their stakeholder community.

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Impact

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Relief & Development
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HIV/Aids
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Justice Issues
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Creating Employment
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Reaching Africa
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Impacting Asia
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Transforming Lives

Testimonials

  • This training was a great help to me because I started a business before and it failed. So with Epic Solutions I learnt about the risk of business, and about “LifeCards” which taught things that happen in real life. Epic Solutions taught me a lot about planning and record-keeping. I realise that part of why my business failed before was because I was not doing those things. I also learnt that if things don’t work out then try an alternative. Really of you fail to plan then you plan to fail.

    Jomo –
  • I have learnt in this business training things that I didn’t know before. For example how to keep records and make contracts, as well as saving, buying and selling.  We thank our teacher and translator for their good insight.

    Halime –
  • I have learnt how to plan for my business, selling how to separating money for Business, food and other things. I am really thankful for everything that I have learnt in this workshop.

    Bethar –
  • Aspects of the business operation

    Importance of keeping records

    Having a business plan that is solid.

    Understand the nature of the business you do.

    Management of cash flow

    Selling of different products

    Place where you run the business must be viable.

    Customizing of product for marketing

    More product you sell, more money you make.

    Good competition

    Good customer service

    Keep records up to date.

    Frans –
  • I have learnt that one have to make a budget for everything, keep personal money and business money separate. In order to run a good business you have to find the right place, advertise if possible, keep records for everything and see whether you are making a profit or not. I have enjoyed the course, it was fun and interesting. I think I have learned a lot and that will help me run a better business. Sometimes the business can’t go according to plan.

    Thembi –
  • I have benefitted a lot on this course. I have been challenged to start my own business using the small amount I will be having. Business is starting from small then you grow. I also learnt how to manage the business that is keeping the journal (Business, Savings and Expenses). I now know how to account every money I use in the business, my record keeping has been perfected. I am now very good at negotiating. It was a good course. I have learnt a lot. Thanks.

    Eunice –
  • I thought the course was extremely well presented. The presenters were enthusiastic and came across as very experienced and knowledgeable. I enjoyed the fact that it was presented in a cross-cultural environment which helped us to see things from each other’s perspective. The manner of presentation –the game- made the learning so easy and so much fun and yet what we learnt was so sound and useful. The practical was amazing for me – and not something I would ever have tried if I had not done the course. I was WAY out of my comfort zone. But it really taught me so much and grew me as a person as well as teaching me business skills.

    Lynn –
  • Though I am a businessperson, I have learnt and improved on my record keeping. The 4 P’s where very helpful in marketing: products, place, promotion and price. I also realised that some people that we (Business for transformation – B4T) help with loans need this training especially start ups and I wish to be one of the trainers to that I can be able to offer this training.

    Oscar –
  • Firstly I’d like to say WOW!

    In a space of a month I got to experience how it feels like running a business, I got to learn how to skillfully negotiate a good contract, keep records, know when to increase prices, know when to keep them at a  constant price and how to save. When I think of this course I then see how they made it relate to life as a whole especially the “life cards” but overall I should say it was a fun and exciting learning experience. I would now surely advise someone to take it, it will surely benefit them.

    Mmeli –
  • Business is important. You can have a successful business when you are determined in what you are doing.  In business you can make good friends, and you also have food on the table.

    Zameka –
  • 1. I learned how to invest money

    2. I learned how to put money in the bank

    3. I learned how to run a business

    4. I learned how to save money

    5. I learned how to develop a business

    6. I learned how to get and decide about a loan

    Nomvuyisa –
  • I have learned that you don’t have to wait for a lot of money to start a business, even a small money can start. I’ve learned also to be careful of my plans about business, like to put records every time if the money go in and out. I did not know how to calculate money for business, expenses and savings but I do now. I’ve learned to sign a contract always if I make an agreement with someone about business. I also have learned that treating customers nice is the most essential thing in business. You don’t always agree in business.

    Cendrica –
  • Also I have learnt the importance of keeping records, and consulting when making decisions.

    Lucas –