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Presented during Tshikululu Social Investments' 2011 Serious Enterprise Development workshop.
Small enterprises, both locally and internationally, experience many similar challenges and some unique ones that shape their structure, modus
operandi, rate of success, reason for existence, size, and ability to create jobs.
These factors include legislative concerns, access to funding, government/political involvement, community requirements, availability/lack of skills, resources, infrastructure, and markets. Comparisons can be made between South Africa and some Latin American countries, which become even more interesting when considering first-world nations and how such obstacles are being resolved.