BEE Support Service
BEE Support Services
- Supplier Development
- Enterprise Development
- Mentoring and Coaching
The greatest opportunity in creating sustainable jobs and making a meaningful contribution to the tradeable sectors is to promote the active participation of the previously disadvantaged in wealth creation. The Department of Trade and Industry’s (SA) latest revision of the Industrial Policy Action Plan (IPAP) points to the need for a more export-led Smart Industrialisation Strategy. This would require that BEE companies and Black Industrialists in their participation within this sector should be export-ready and operate within the levels of Quality, Cost and Delivery performance synonymous with exporting enterprises.
BEE enterprises face the double challenge of creating new opportunities for business and competing with well-established entities whether locally or abroad, that have the requisite qualifications, track record and experience in the sector. Government, in addressing this gap, have identified many policy instruments and incentive programmes to actively promote the participation of BEE enterprises in the formal business sector. From idea generation, innovation, business development, incubation and manufacturing, to the entire spectrum of manufacturing, government have established, over the past 20 years, support structures and programmes to bridge the divide between these two groups.
BEE Support Programmes
Huda Consulting works in partnership with government agencies and departments and other development organisations to provide the appropriate level of support including business plan development, strategy development, incentive applications, competitiveness improvement programmes and ongoing mentoring and coaching.
We also assist big business with the design and delivery of Enterprise Development and Supplier Development programmes in line with the B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice. Programmes are designed in such a manner that the “sponsor” directly or indirectly benefits from the outcomes and impact of the programmes.