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DBF’s empowerment sessions impactful to the business community

THE 22nd edition of the Durban Business Fair (DBF) empowerment sessions, designed to help spur the success of small and medium businesses, has encouraged continuous learning, innovation, technology and diversification for entrepreneurs in order to stand a better chance for success in business.

Themed “experience the journey of innovation”, DBF 2020 comprised business engagements, culinary

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