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Win-Win Relationships via Embedded Services: Materials Suppliers and MSEs in South Africa’s Construction Sector Image

Promoting Inclusive Markets and Financial Systems

Win-Win Relationships via Embedded Services: Materials Suppliers and MSEs in South Africa’s Construction Sector

Win-Win Relationships via Embedded Services: Materials Suppliers and MSEs in South Africa’s Construction Sector

Summary

World Education’s Ntinga LINK project was launched in January, 2003 after several months of market research and consultations with a donor and other stakeholders. The broad goal of the project is to mainstream micro and very small enterprises (MSEs) into the construction sector of South Africa via access to and use of viable business development services. The main objectives of the program are to:

• stimulate the commercial provision of business development services (BDS) in the sector by assisting providers to develop and market such services
• catalyze access to and use of such services via linkages between small and large fi rms
• demonstrate the economic benefi ts of the services to all players in the sector.

The pre-project stage of selecting and investigating the construction sector was critical to informing the
initial program design, analysis of BDS, as well as the application and adaptation of strategies during the implementation phase.



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