Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (aka Deloitte) is conducting a survey –via the M4JAM website- on how to become a successful entrepreneur in Western Cape, South Africa and giving out a package valued at R25,000.

The survey implores startups and established entrepreneurs  to share their thoughts on business growth and probable obstacles on the path to success. Western Cape’s a confluence for most entrepreneurs in that region of South Africa; two selected responses will receive an innovative research package.

“Two randomly selected respondents will each receive an innovative market research package to the value of R25 000, delivered by one of our region’s most recent start-up success stories,” an excerpt reads about the cash incentive.

Potential participants must complete a pre-qualifier survey by answering a set of questions; respondents that qualify will receive further survey by short messaging service (SMS) to the cell numbers they registered with and R15 into their M4JAM wallet –which can be cashed out at the retailer closest to them.

“If you have shared your views with us, we will share our findings with you. We hope these findings will help you and aspiring entrepreneurs better navigate this complex ecosystem and perhaps initiate alternate perspectives to fuel your future success,” another excerpt reads.

Deloitte provides audit, tax, consulting, enterprise risk and financial advisory services with more than 200,000 professionals in over 150 countries.

M4JAM is an innovative platform that empowers thousands of people across South Africa to earn cash using their phones.

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Olumuyiwa Coker Author

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