Best Small Business in Maun, Botswana

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Larnes Veterinary Enterprise

Plot 393 Mabudutsa, Maun
Veterinary shop
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GOLDEN BRIDGE ENTERPRISES

Behind Book Centre, Old Mall, Maun
Cash Loans
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BARKEN CASH LOANS

Old Mall, P.O. Box: 20730, Maun

FAST CASH (PTY) LTD

Behind Choppies, P.O. Box: 20266, Maun

K T & M INVESTMENTS

Delta House opposite Internet Cafe, P.O. Box: 21644, Maun

LOANS STAR CASH

Plot 25 /26, Old Mall, P.O. Box: 2845, Maun

BERMURDAR CASH LOANS

The Mall, P.O. Box: 201561, Maun

UNITED CASH LOANS

Upstairs Ngami Ctr, Maun
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Small Business in Botswana is a dynamic and growing sector of the economy, which provides a wide range of goods and services to the population. It is comprised of businesses with fewer than fifty employees and can range from informal street vendors to more established firms. These businesses are often the backbone of the local economy, as they provide employment opportunities, generate income and create economic growth in the form of taxes and investments. Small businesses are also seen as a source of innovation and creativity, introducing new products, services and technologies to the market.

Overall, small businesses in Botswana contribute significantly to the country's economic development and social welfare, helping to create a more prosperous future for the nation. As such, it is important to create supportive policies and initiatives that support the growth of this sector, such as providing credit and access to markets, encouraging entrepreneurship, and promoting fair competition. By doing so, Botswana can ensure that its small business sector continues to thrive and remain a major engine of economic growth.
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